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Re: 1986 gmc brigadi

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As a fellow Kentuckian if I were you I would put a farm tag on it, especially if its a straight truck. The DOT/State Troopers came to the extension office this time last year, and gave us the speech. Probably the same one you got. Anything over 10k that articulates you have have a class A cdl, dot# run a log book if you go over x amount of miles. Straight trucks they were not worried about. Ive ran all year with none of the above, and havent even got so much as a second look, and a lot of these were not under the radar loads. Hauled a 9ton dozer from marieta OH to London KY and all over London. Gleaner K to Glasgow, and most most recently 8 32k(truck+trailer+corn) loads of corn. This was with a Dodge dually, and goosenecks so your mileage may vary with a "big" truck, but in my experience the farm tag gets you a lot of "room" to operate.

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12-18-2012 16:40:54

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 Re: 1986 gmc brigadi in reply to GarrettFields, 12-17-2012 15:30:19  
I am also in Ky and I would put a standard farm plate on it until I got caught. Been there done that. I did that to my tandem truck and 30" dump trailer for about 6 months, hauling grain. I got stopped for a "safety inspection" and thought I was hung. He got the info from my registration and didn't say a thing.

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