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Spaceman Spiff's Comment
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Thanks! I think I'll name my truck 301

PackRat's Comment
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Thanks! I think I'll name my truck 301

Just don’t name her “Phantom 309”.

Truckin Along With Kearse's Comment
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Thanks! I think I'll name my truck 301

whoooo hooo!!! good for you

good luck

Spaceman Spiff's Comment
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Thanks Rainy. Just hope it's not a refurbished '89 Kamaz from Russia they got a good deal on Craigslist for or anything.

Hobo's Comment
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Also for anyone who doesn't know, Prime is replicating the main terminal and putting it in Salt Lake City. It too will have indoor courts, spa, gym, theater and much more.

Oh Yeah? Well we have a pond...for a couple of days after it rains. It always ends up between the yard and the drivers lounge.

I'm surprised anyone ever leaves your terminal to do any actual driving.

Terminal:

A facility where trucking companies operate out of, or their "home base" if you will. A lot of major companies have multiple terminals around the country which usually consist of the main office building, a drop lot for trailers, and sometimes a repair shop and wash facilities.

Craig L.'s Comment
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Rainy, are they still removing the seat in the lightweight trucks, or is that a request?

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Yes, you can request the seat be removed if it hasnt been already. It seems most already have been, but there are some here and there.

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Just a dumb question, but why would they take a seat out?

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Because these compact trucks have smaller than usual sleeper sections. Removing the passenger seat, allows you to put more stuff in that space. Most folks put a fridge there.

Rick

Rick you seem to be in the same area as me. What company do you work for? By the way what happened to OP? He get banned?

PackRat's Comment
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Rainy, are they still removing the seat in the lightweight trucks, or is that a request?

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Yes, you can request the seat be removed if it hasnt been already. It seems most already have been, but there are some here and there.

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Just a dumb question, but why would they take a seat out?

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Because these compact trucks have smaller than usual sleeper sections. Removing the passenger seat, allows you to put more stuff in that space. Most folks put a fridge there.

Rick

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Rick you seem to be in the same area as me. What company do you work for? By the way what happened to OP? He get banned?

He got his feelings hurt by a dose of reality yesterday? Anthony H2O got himself so worked up that he removed his handle! Just took it away from all of us to teach us a lesson. Bless his heart.

Turtle's Comment
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I'll have to see if I can find out which truck they're giving you. I could umm...break it in for you.

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I'll be here in Pittston at least till late morning Thursday.

PackRat's Comment
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I'll have to see if I can find out which truck they're giving you. I could umm...break it in for you.

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Sardines in the glovebox with the windows up all day?

Turtle's Comment
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Just took it away from all of us to teach us a lesson. Bless his heart.

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