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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by jefftb, Jan 17, 2010.
Hey Junior there is your new truck
What in the h*ll why would somebody build something like that. It does say California so it does explain some things
but how does it do on slopes. here we have slopes that you can barely walk on. homeowners building houses on the sides of cliffs. the local nat'l guard uses these yards for training by having troops hang by rope from helicopters and shovel dig the foundation piers. then to bring in materials a d9 is hooked to a 1 ton flatbed so that it isn't lost forever to the likes of big foot. i guess a flat bed could be installed o the truck. lol.
being serious now that would be a blast in traffic.
Another guy compensating for his "small" family genetic inheritance.
That would be even better then a dump truck when in traffic and pull up beside a hottie in a convertible you would have a birds eye view.
That truck would be tippy go around a corner too fast you would rollover.
It would be good for a guy like Chris he could drive to his excavator and not get his flip flops wet
I bet it corners well!
DAMMIT, I guess me and GR think alike!
don't make fun of the flip flops, I was wearing some today! man its nice out!
oh btw about the truck... how the hell do you get into it?
I like a lifted truck and all, but there is a fine line between a tastefully lifted truck and just plain ridiculous!