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    I just like seeing these while I'm in Colorado. Yes, even a mixed set.



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    nice pic roogie,,, guess I never saw one of our X vans (?) with a pintal,,,, but I know others pull 48 footers like that...
    By the way,,,, what were you doing out west ??? I don't remember approving your time off ...............

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    Working as a Denver extra board, these are not X vans, I think they are 49xxxxx vans, they have pintle hooks on the back.

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    Wow. That is sooooooo cool looking. I have never seen anything like that before. I realy like it I must say. It must be a real chalange to make turns with that beast. What is the over all length of that train and whats up with the Freight & National trailers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by roogie View Post
    I just like seeing these while I'm in Colorado. Yes, even a mixed set.



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    Was the cargo thief apprehended after being caught on camera?

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    Quote Originally Posted by roogie View Post
    I just like seeing these while I'm in Colorado. Yes, even a mixed set.



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    Do they still have those god-awful looking homemade moose bumpers on the three axles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hairbear View Post
    Do they still have those god-awful looking homemade moose bumpers on the three axles?
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    Only if you run in Montana.
    They would look a lot better if
    they were chromed and not painted white.



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    Quote Originally Posted by River17 View Post
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    Only if you run in Montana.
    They would look a lot better if
    they were chromed and not painted white.


    Did enough complaining. Those who run the Riley turn now have them. I'll rephase that. The Boise and Eugene drivers have them. I don't think the Salem and Portland Riley drivers have complained enough yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by ol' man View Post
    Did enough complaining. Those who run the Riley turn now have them.
    Maybe our EKA driver should ask for one. He's up to eight deer painted on the door.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ol' man View Post
    Did enough complaining. Those who run the Riley turn now have them. I'll rephase that. The Boise and Eugene drivers have them. I don't think the Salem and Portland Riley drivers have complained enough yet
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    So doesn't that moose catcher make you
    over length when pulling triples in Oregon??




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