Comments By Tami P.

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Posted:  10 years, 11 months ago

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Finanlly Starting School!!!!

Well, best of luck for that. After seeing that how much you are full of passion, confidence and eagerness, i think you'll do just fine. And obey your teacher :). Just one more thing, Give in your 100% for whatever you do. Good luck,

Posted:  10 years, 11 months ago

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Some lessons learned and experiences gained...

So I walk up to the window and the receptionist says "So, are you going to yell at me too?" I say: "No Ma'am! I know it's not your fault, I'll be glad to get my load whenever I can. Just tell me where to go, and I'll be there" Receptionist looks up at me and says: "Thank You!".

Thanks for sharing your experience. And i really appreciate how you handled that situation. The way you talk and behave with your companion or whoever you have to work for or work with, represents how responsible and mature you're in relation with your profession. I really liked it. Thanks for sharing anyway.

Posted:  10 years, 11 months ago

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Truck parts name?

Wet Kits are kits put into trucks or semi-trucks that have Power Take Off. Many different accessories are installed on trucks, like booms or cranes, and the kits’ hydraulic pump is activated by the truck's Power Take Off. The accessories need the hydraulic pump to operate.

Posted:  10 years, 11 months ago

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Truck parts name?

Wet Kits (or wetline kits) are kits put into trucks or semi-trucks that have PTO (Power Take Off). Many different accessories are installed on trucks, like booms or cranes, and the kits’ hydraulic pump is activated by the truck's Power Take Off. The accessories need the hydraulic pump to operate.

There are different units in each wet kit. They consist of items such as the hydraulic hose and fittings, reservoirs or tanks, filters, control valves, pumps, and PTOs. Hydraulic fluid is sent through hoses and into cylinders once the PTO initiates the activity of the hydraulic pump. Once the hydraulic fluid gets into the cylinders, the PTO can raise the load or execute any of the other operations that you may desire. The discharged fluid is then returned to the reservoir and, continuing the closed cycle indefinitely, fluid is again sucked by the hydraulic pump.

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A short introduction :)

Thanks Starcar. I am already feeling like a family here. :) Thanks for giving me information regarding ladies of trucking forum. I will look forward to it.

Posted:  10 years, 12 months ago

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A short introduction :)

Hey Friends, I am Tami Paulus from California. I am also new here and really happy to join this site. Hope i will get a lots of knowlegde from you people. Excited and happy. :)

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