Hozer Witta Hood
Post up what you’re dragging around. Post up how you tied it down. Post up cool loads you see around you. Open deck only I don’t wanna see pictures of watermelons and toilet paper (unless it’s on a flatbed, of course).
No bullshit I have seen watermelons on a flat with a side kit.
Just so long as there ain’t no swingin’ doors post up.
How bout go-go girls? Oh I’m sorry I mean a bull wagon or livestock trailer?Just so long as there ain’t no swingin’ doors post up.
And no roll up doors. No sliding doors.
Conestoga and side kits are ok, they cool in my book.
No door swingin’ van yankin’ reefer haulin’ tanker yankin’ in the flatbed section, c’mon.
Do we even have a livestock section? Heck do we have any livestock haulers on the forum?How bout go-go girls? Oh I’m sorry I mean a bull wagon or livestock trailer?
Yeah he was in just the other day too, I forget his name sorry.Do we even have a livestock section? Heck do we have any livestock haulers on the forum?
I say they allowed but I’ve never seen a bullhauler strap the cattle down yet. But on principle bullhaulers usually have pretty cool rides so sure.
Open deck, Conestoga, side kits, livestock trailers, regular pickup truck flatbed haulers, parking lots, heavy haul, ALL of you post up
No door swingers, rollers or sliders
Jesus. Tough crowd
Is that the heaviest you’ve pulled, 6 axle?You just about need a degree from MIT to operate these new logging machines. Graders aren't much better. Gone are the days of joysticks skill and finesse.
I've done 7 axles and B trains a few times. I was starting to get into bigger stuff but that job really went sideways in a hurry when I hurt my back.Is that the heaviest you’ve pulled, 6 axle?
I can just imagine. Other buddies with farm equipment and whatnot need the manufacturer to send out a tech for training. It’s ridiculous how hard the new machines are to operate