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Re: How often are you On the Floor

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The tractor vet

03-03-2012 06:34:44

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Well ya had to learn how to Play the scales and 99% of the time i had this little piece of paper that said it was OK. OR ya waited till they went home and turned off the lites . First truck was a 77 International 4300 Eagle with a built 855 small cam with a 13 speed and i can not tell ya what she could put out because the day we dynoed it she broke the chain and went out the door as they could not hold it . The last one was a 98 9400 I H with a 550 Cat with a 13 speed 3.90 rears and a Diesel Injection (now call Pittsburg Power ) box with this little switch that helped . It would go up hills a lot faster then i wanted to go down them. biggest load pulled with the 9400 was just shy of 2600000. the 4300 278800

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welding man

03-03-2012 09:49:01

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 Re: How often are you On the Floor in reply to The tractor vet, 03-03-2012 06:34:44  
Now I know, hauling them permit loads. Takes a Good truck for that kind of hauling in the mountains of NC VA and WV.

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