Discussion in 'A. Duie Pyle' started by Local_Driver, Sep 22, 2016.
Does it have a slot in the top to drop coins in?
Everybody has issued a wind-up key
Thought you meant these
Test truck here, we have tons of Cascadia's but they have the full hood. Conway and ODFl buy the Cascadia's but with the short nose. The long hood is tougher in the city operation. This is the same set up as some of the Twin screw straight trucks that have 350 horsepower. I miss the good old Louville Fords!! I miss the L9000, one of the best city trucks made. Most LTL companies ran them, they were unstoppable . The aeromax fords were also good. Need trucks that turn for P&D.
Looks like a good city tractor to me, if they got 350 horsepower what's not to like.
cf and a lot of companies used the international Tonka tractor version years ago lucky if it had 100 horse power
They are perfect for the new bronx terminal
They'll 'tag up' nicely.
Nemf bought some, i c them on the rd @ nite on there linehaul operations
New peterbuilts. Nemf
The small Petes. I have seen those on some cabs as their straight trucks.
These r tractors
WE had the M2's at the beer company I used to work for, the trucks can turn on a dime you should be happy with them very maneuverable.
That's a blast from the past!!!
I worked there for one week after st.Johnsbury went out in 93' possibly the worst job I've ever had and the worst equipment
Same here! Worked one day local at that miserable place just chasing rental trailers for them to keep up with the new demand for freight. What a bunch of rude and demeaning bunch of management they were. I knew it wasn't the place for me. They called the next morning for me to come in again, told them to never, ever call my number ever again.
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