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Re: Transporting a Tractor

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730d se

09-08-2011 04:59:54

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When our once great nation reaches the point that we have more greedy people than we do suckers to support them, we are done.
Greed and selfishness is slowly killing what our forefathers worked and gave their lives for.

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The tractor vet

09-08-2011 10:42:07

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 Re: Transporting a Tractor in reply to 730d se, 09-08-2011 04:59:54  
Yea greed is bad and there is a lot of it out there . And i can also see that you have never run a truck either large or small . a big truck will suck up fuel at the rate of if your lucky around 6.5 miles to a gallon and at a small price of close to 4 bucks a gallon . One tire will set you back around 350 bucks times 18 then comes the insurance for a big truck at around 6 grand a year then the taxes then the repairs . There ain't no more fifty bucks and axle brake jobs anymore . then road use taxes plate fees . and now you want to have them haul your tractor for fifty bucks . or even a couple hundred bucks for five hundred miles . If you think you can haul stuff cheaper Knock yourself out and go buy a truck , lost of trucks out there for sale and lots of step decks too. Way back in the 80's to operate a big truck it cost 1 dollar 13.9 cents a mile JUST TO RUN THE truck BEFORE you put one little penny in your pocket. And that was when fuel went over a dollar a gallon. and you could still buy a NEW truck and trailer for UNDER a hundred grand.

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