Why are the tits longer on a dry van in the receptacle?

dchawk81

Well-Known Member
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Hey if I'm buying brand new I don't want it looking used before I touch it. Might as well buy used. Looks the same, save $.
 

Ontario Outlaw

Hozer Witta Hood
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Well YEAH.

You ever haul new machines to a dealer?
Yup, lots of new machines to dealers, or rental places

I think we been to the same place for Bobcats, I wouldn’t leave one time until someone came out to document grease marks. If you say it’s just grease and sign off on it, fine, but that way I’m not getting blamed for paint damage

Loaded a bunch of Case out of Fargo, same deal, always look for pre-existing damage
 

Hammer166

Instigateur №166™
Yup, lots of new machines to dealers, or rental places

I think we been to the same place for Bobcats, I wouldn’t leave one time until someone came out to document grease marks. If you say it’s just grease and sign off on it, fine, but that way I’m not getting blamed for paint damage

Loaded a bunch of Case out of Fargo, same deal, always look for pre-existing damage
Welcome to a carhauler's world.
 

Rigjockey

In Gord we trust!
Supporter
Welcome to a carhauler's world.
I was listening to some car haulers on the radio 19. Talking about having different colored grease with them so they could do cover ups on paint and move on with their day.
After the car was washed and detailed the scratch was the dealers problem. :D
 
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