New trailers

Discussion in 'Sysco' started by 2wheeldriver, Mar 29, 2014.

  1. 2wheeldriver

    2wheeldriver Active Member

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    I was just curious how many of u guys and gals are using the new trailers with the remotes likes and dislikes.
     
  2. grocerythrower

    grocerythrower Super Mod

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    Remotes? We got a bunch from California and Houston and Dallas, the cranks are on the pax side, our drivers call them european models,,lol, but hey, we were grateful for the equipment.
     
  3. bigblk

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    We have around 6 of them, big complaint from the guy's is that on a bigger stops the system runs out of air and becomes very slow..

    Grocerythrower, it is a roll up cooler curtain on the back of the truck that works off the trailer air system, has a remote and sensor like a garage door opener.
     
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    grocerythrower Super Mod

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    Ok, thanks bigblk! At PFG we had curtains on the back with a big window so the natural light would come it, I would velcro them together when it was 100* out and sort my tail off and be as comfortable as all get out!!
     
  5. bigblk

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    We have had the Velcro curtains for over 5 years at our Opco,
     
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    Kind of sounds like a pain. You have to push the button each time or is it motion activated? Once open will it stay open or does it shut itself after a set amount of time?
     
  7. bigblk

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    It is on a timer, so each time, unless you cover the sensor eye with a sticker to keep it open.
     

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