Mack

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  1. newpenn22

    newpenn22 Active Member

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    Why are the new mack screws so long? It becomes a problem in city opps
     
  2. Keepingon

    Keepingon Well-Known Member

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    Saw one today sure won't be used for p&d
     
  3. allnightrain44

    allnightrain44 Active Member

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    oh yes they will, already has been used by me in p/d, dispatchers don't know what the jerks offs ordered for trucks. hell its a truck not o/s and can be used so out it goes. they carry a whole lot of extra gallons of fuel up and down the road that they don't need daily in our NE region, but , hey whole bunch of chrome on them 63 mile an hour fancy looking trucks, they don't quiet make up for being lowest paid in the LTL industry. maybe keep road drivers happy for a week or two.
     
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  4. useless

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    happy until knobs taken off radio
     
  5. newpenn22

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    Our city guy already ripped off a mud flap on the new mack. Not city friendly
     
  6. troubleman84

    troubleman84 Well-Known Member

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    Stretch frame makes for a smooth ride for an road driver.
     
  7. ABFer

    ABFer Well-Known Member

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    As long as trucks, curbs and mudflaps have been around it's hard to believe that they're not ahead of this issue. :shrug:
     
  8. newpenn22

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    22 closed 2day, 2 much snow 2 run city opp
     
  9. useless

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    that roads not fun , even on a dry sunny day
     
  10. useless

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    only good thing about 22 if there's an accident on 78 for the most part you can use it to get around it and vice a versa
     
  11. nightowl

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    22 is the terminal number for Newbugh, NY.
     

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