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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by PR0 TURF, Dec 25, 2008.
I like the guy riding around at night with no trailer lights. Where are the cops when you need them?
what about the exmark in the back
that is quality there i tell you. we strap all our stuff in, i have seen guys hang the whells of a walkbehind off the edge of the trailer to fit more stuff on it, that could be bad. get a bigger trailer morons
No no no you guys are ALL wrong. He is not doing anything wrong. He is trying to do the right thing. He's using the plywood to keep the walker from sliding off the back! If only he had a ratchet strap to hold that board on there then everything would be kosher!
You know, funny story though. One time I told my self that I was going to teach myself how to arc weld. Well I decided to teach myself by building gates on a huge 22ft long equipment trailer with those type of ramps. I just added on standard expanded metal gate portions to the insides and took off down the road...well... i must of used the wrong type of rod or something cut about a week later i lost one half of my ramp in the middle of the busiest intersection in the city and didn't notice until I was at the next house 15 minutes away. that was embarassing to pick up....
Looks like its still good, who knows owner probably smashed it trying to jam the walker in!
if i had snapped that pic, id be following that guy around waiting for my new walker lol.
check out the hooker over on the left corner. yeeeeaaah booooy.
There was an incident near where I live where some guy was hauling a full size chipper through a main part of town. The chipper was not properly secured to the truck (chains crossed...proper size chain, trailer brakes...usual safety stuff we do with out a second thought) and it broke free from the truck. A father and three sons (two were twins) were headed the other way. After the impact only one of the infant sons was still alive.
That police department and the state troopers in that area have been merciless on trucks, trailers, inspections, and weights in that area for almost two years now.
They have gotten countless unsafe vehicles off the road and made numerous arrests of illegals (many w/o a license at all), drug dealers, and jerkwads that make us look bad.
I drive through there frequently and get many look overs, but never stopped. It pays to keep your stuff legal and safe.
It's not worth anyones life to save 35 seconds and not strap something down.
Hey, yeah that was and still is a huge story! where do you work in the pgh area?
We are based out of Center Township, Beaver County. We work all over but try to stay in Allegheny or Beaver counties.