Discussion in 'YRC Freight' started by SuperCourse, Aug 13, 2017.
That's a good one too. Lasted this long banging the bumper of a Ford, lol.
It's been welded in 4 spots. Even has the old spot mirror L bracket welded on it, probably to hook a strap. It's seen a lot of use, tires are nearly bald.
Still in use though. The ones they get now are the cheapest junk.
I dunno, that doesn't look like the freight man's hand truck of yesteryear. Is there a fan mount on it?
Na that's not his, Mud's had wooden handles and was probably red....................................I may still have 1 new handle left.
I've posted this before. But it's back for a laugh.
This may truly be his as he used it so much the wheels fell off.
I have no idea what this was or would be used for.
It just showed up one day awhile back on a city trailer.
Mount it onto the front of a pumpkin. See if it will still carry a beat as you go down the highway.
Mine had J.P. Delaney's autograph on it.
And a decal of a yellow dog.
Lab, Golden or Dingo?
Just sounds good.
That's how the equipment is.
All dingoed up.
This is a poor man's cant hook, Mud used this for rolling Camp Ground Approved Firewood Logs, before he could afford
a real one.
Very much so.
Struggle to freedom, met by insanity.
J.P.Delaney was the VP of Operations for Roadway Express probably back in the late eighties. He was known for the company videos he would make, usually with him ranting on about the Yellow Dog, which was Yellow Freight. Roadway eventually fired J.P., I believe because of an incident in a bar.
Wrench, you probably remember these old spot mirror L brackets, the shops loved them, found all kinds of uses for them, even welded one on this hand truck.
Still use them today, they come on every spot mirror we buy and are not used on the front fender mirrors...........................
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