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Bird-One's Comment
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I guess when ever I take this rig for a spin with a 260 wheelbase I'm not a "trucker" since its a daycab. confused.gif0760607001597004761.jpg0538067001597004906.jpg

Anne A. (G13MomCat)'s Comment
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I guess when ever I take this rig for a spin with a 260 wheelbase I'm not a "trucker" since its a daycab. confused.gif0760607001597004761.jpg0538067001597004906.jpg

Hahahaha~!! IKR?!?!?

You got'em there, man. I miss our ole' Pete daycab 89'er we used to pull tanks with. 255 w/b ... still here, just 'defunded.'

NICE rig, man~!!

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PackRat's Comment
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I guess when ever I take this rig for a spin with a 260 wheelbase I'm not a "trucker" since its a daycab. confused.gif0760607001597004761.jpg0538067001597004906.jpg

With that purple color AND a daycab?

No you're not.

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Georgia Mike's Comment
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Was he wearing an orange mack truck hat and smoking

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Banks's Comment
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With that purple color AND a daycab?

What's wrong with purple? I wear purple daily. I happen to like purple confused.gifrofl-2.gif

Bird-One's Comment
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Its okay to be jealous Packrat. I would be too.

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I guess when ever I take this rig for a spin with a 260 wheelbase I'm not a "trucker" since its a daycab. confused.gif0760607001597004761.jpg0538067001597004906.jpg

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With that purple color AND a daycab?

No you're not.

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PackRat's Comment
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Definitely!

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Tim M.'s Comment
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Here's another way trucking has turned for the worst. Back when I was driving,we were all drivers. Even the guy driving the straight truck delivering Borden milk or Pepsi to the local grocery store.

G-Town's Comment
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Here's another way trucking has turned for the worst. Back when I was driving,we were all drivers. Even the guy driving the straight truck delivering Borden milk or Pepsi to the local grocery store.

The guy Rob was “entertaining?”

I’d still believe he is the exception, the loud and obnoxious minority who give all of us a bad rap. I’ve met some truly remarkable and positive people out here...

Just look at the regulars on here..,

Rob T.'s Comment
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I completely agree with G-town. The overwhelming majority of drivers I've encountered on the road are polite, respectful and helpful. It's no different than any other job. There will be always be individuals that demonstrate professionalism and others far from it.

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