Flatbed What’s in your box?

#42
Oh ok, I’ve never had a Level 1 done in the USA, I don’t think. I know for a fact this truck hasn’t had a level 1 in either country with me driving it. Couple roadside level 3s that’s been it in a year and a half
 

Rigjockey

In Gord we trust!
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#43
Oh ok, I’ve never had a Level 1 done in the USA, I don’t think. I know for a fact this truck hasn’t had a level 1 in either country with me driving it. Couple roadside level 3s that’s been it in a year and a half
Damn! For a guy that dodges the scales you sure are heat a score :thumbsup:
I may have had that many inspection in 5 years
 

r3gulator3

Friendly Neighborhood Former Technician
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#47
Yeah, but unless the Sturgis hotties are walking around, it ain't worth the trouble!
But.....a nickel! Hahaha! I get ya I don’t stop I just see the sign every time I’m going to or coming back from Washington
 
#48
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Last one. 40’ straps, tools, Webasto bunk heater, flags n banners, spare parts, brass fittings, work boots, 50’ air hose and a 100’ tape measure.

Drivers side steps has batteries and spare fluids underneath. Passenger side has corner protectors, some lumber, Espar coolant heater and an auto greaser.

Headache rack has chains, binders, and tarp straps

That’s a lot of junk to carry :coocoo:
 

Mike

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#51
I can tell you what isn't in my box.

CHAINS

Took that crap out a few weeks ago, not sure it will make it back in, ever ;)
 

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