My Next Ride!

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LDRSHIP's Comment
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The guy I am going to go work for got me a truck. Just waiting on him to get the trailer to marry to it and get all the registration done.

Here is my new (to me) ride.

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So excited!! A bit nervous too. I have only drove for Wolding so this is going to be such a different experience. But I should learn a lot about things I don’t know about. Which is good. It is good to challenge yourself and grow as a professional.

Bobcat_Bob's Comment
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Very nice ride, I look forward to reading your new adventure.

Rainy 's Comment
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Ohh you have big scary looking smoke stacks! I can hear the song playing now... "Loaded up.and trucking, we're gonna do.what they say can't be done.." sorry.. got carried away

i can easily find you with that bright yellow!

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PackRat's Comment
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Nice Coranado and I love the color, too.

LDRSHIP's Comment
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Ohh you have big scary looking smoke stacks! I can hear the song playing now... "Loaded up.and trucking, we're gonna do.what they say can't be done.." sorry.. got carried away

i can easily find you with that bright yellow!

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But you will never catch me!!

Bruce K.'s Comment
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Very cool looking truck.

I've never even sat my butt in a Pete. The long nose and small windshield has always made me wonder about visibility. I would really be interested in your comparison between your Freightliner and the new Pete. I hope you like it.

Robert D. (Raptor)'s Comment
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Careful LDRSHP, she's still try to get someone into that dungeon of hers and that bright yellow truck will definitely be easy to spot. She does spells you know.rofl-3.gif

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LDRSHIP's Comment
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Very cool looking truck.

I've never even sat my butt in a Pete. The long nose and small windshield has always made me wonder about visibility. I would really be interested in your comparison between your Freightliner and the new Pete. I hope you like it.

Bruce it is a Freightliner. I am not a trainer. I love my Freight Shakers and Detroit Muscle. The truck is a 2012 Freightliner Coronado Fitzgerald glider. It has a 12.7L series 60 Detroit Engine. 10 spd Eaton - Fuller transmission.

LDRSHIP's Comment
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Very cool looking truck.

I've never even sat my butt in a Pete. The long nose and small windshield has always made me wonder about visibility. I would really be interested in your comparison between your Freightliner and the new Pete. I hope you like it.

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Bruce it is a Freightliner. I am not a trainer. I love my Freight Shakers and Detroit Muscle. The truck is a 2012 Freightliner Coronado Fitzgerald glider. It has a 12.7L series 60 Detroit Engine. 10 spd Eaton - Fuller transmission.

DYAC. I am not a TRAITOR.

Old School's Comment
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Very nice! I've always liked those Coronados.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
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