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Old 01-15-2006, 03:31 AM
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Default No big truckers here?

There's gotta be someone out there with one, or at least drives one at work.
The one I use at work is a 1994 IH with a DT466 that has a #0 fuel plate from a Dodge/Cummins, tightened gov. springs, and a little timing advance.
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Old 08-10-2006, 12:02 AM
 
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Default RE: No big truckers here?

I drive a commercial truck...

I work for Schwan's Home Service and drive a GMC C5500... nice truck, comfy to drive in, hauls a lot of frozen food...

Propane can be a PITA sometimes though.. Of course our trucks are all stock (8.1 Vortec with Liquid Propane EFI)
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Default RE: No big truckers here?

What you calculate thet your truck cost per mile?
I'm intrested in what it costs around the world.
Sort of trying to compare diffrent places.
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Default RE: No big truckers here?

So you have frozen food for all route.
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What was that comment for???
R u trying to suggest that you have no sense of understanding what is being discussed here?
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another trucker here, I drive a 1986 Frieghtliner LTD
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Default calling all big rig truckers...

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That's my boy, and he's the best
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