XPO | E-TRACK

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[quote author=wonderring99 link=topic=80030.msg830523#msg830523 date=1274067403]
the etrack bringer downer :drama:
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how about the "back scratcher"? I used one for that the other night, it worked great, cant say it works better for bringing them down or putting them up. I'm 6'6 I do it all by hand. we could call them the "shorty helper", or the "midget tool" :poke: :stir: :dance:
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I glad to hear you did not use it to scratch something else ..
 
[quote author=wonderring99 link=topic=80030.msg830580#msg830580 date=1274094379]
[quote author=rattlehead link=topic=80030.msg830566#msg830566 date=1274082933]
[quote author=wonderring99 link=topic=80030.msg830523#msg830523 date=1274067403]
the etrack bringer downer :drama:
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how about the "back scratcher"? I used one for that the other night, it worked great, cant say it works better for bringing them down or putting them up. I'm 6'6 I do it all by hand. we could call them the "shorty helper", or the "midget tool" :poke: :stir: :dance:
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I glad to hear you did not use it to scratch something else ..
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Had to do it since this is definitely a new e-track trailer.. Looks like the break line at XNJ Newark, NJ to me.. And I can't quit laughing.... Perhaps the dockworkers need a video regarding weight distribution..lol.. hahahahha.. I literally can't stop laughing at this.. I had a friggin overweight on the drives with like a 14,000 trailer and can only imagine the brain power that loaded this one..lol.. Who loaded this?? are you kidding me??lol...

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[quote author=carrot-nutz link=topic=80030.msg830839#msg830839 date=1274178958]
nice job :biglaugh:
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Can't take too much credit since I got it on my cell.. I'm being told this was actually in Tomah, WI by a few people.. Still looks like the break line at XNJ to me though.. Either way, we need to promote the scientist that loaded this e-track trailer..
 
[quote author=roadmaster link=topic=80030.msg828984#msg828984 date=1273629058]
Reminds me of the Pallet Reefers, looks good on paper.
[/quote] :clap: Remember the half racks from a couple of years ago.....
 
[quote author=mikkej2k link=topic=80030.msg831631#msg831631 date=1274425872]
[quote author=roadmaster link=topic=80030.msg828984#msg828984 date=1273629058]
Reminds me of the Pallet Reefers, looks good on paper.
[/quote] :clap: Remember the half racks from a couple of years ago.....
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Still see a few of them floating around.
 
I predict those E trailers won't last more than a year, guys already are getting hurt and have problems with freight getting jammed lodged ect ect. One problem after another. Like other people have said, it may look good on paper but OPERATIONS don't like these trailers!
 
[quote author=carrot-nutz link=topic=80030.msg831743#msg831743 date=1274462708]
it looks real good seeing them going down the road with blue straps hanging ou the back door :stir:
[/quote]They’re color coordinated to the “signature logo.”
 
[quote author=jakebrake12 link=topic=80030.msg830837#msg830837 date=1274168956]
Had to do it since this is definitely a new e-track trailer.. Looks like the break line at XNJ Newark, NJ to me.. And I can't quit laughing.... Perhaps the dockworkers need a video regarding weight distribution..lol.. hahahahha.. I literally can't stop laughing at this.. I had a friggin overweight on the drives with like a 14,000 trailer and can only imagine the brain power that loaded this one..lol.. Who loaded this?? are you kidding me??lol...

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has anybody actually mentioned what's loaded in it at the time of the mishap? E trailer or not the only way this is going to happen is with only the first 4 to 6 feet loaded in the nose with weight per foot far exceeding our 1000# rule. Looks more like a trailer was stripped to a headload and moved from the dock. A former XCW driver at another reship awhile ago load 4 filled totes off the dock (docked double-stacked) without paperwork and without commonsense, into the nose of a trailer and the outcome was as pictured here. But, this is the boards and opinions and speculations make for a better catalyst than gasoline does for a match.
 
[quote author=jakebrake12 link=topic=80030.msg830837#msg830837 date=1274168956]
Had to do it since this is definitely a new e-track trailer.. Looks like the break line at XNJ Newark, NJ to me.. And I can't quit laughing.... Perhaps the dockworkers need a video regarding weight distribution..lol.. hahahahha.. I literally can't stop laughing at this.. I had a friggin overweight on the drives with like a 14,000 trailer and can only imagine the brain power that loaded this one..lol.. Who loaded this?? are you kidding me??lol...

v3kh08.jpg

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That is the funniest and scariest thing I have seen on the Board. NICE!!!!!!
 
[quote author=jakebrake12 link=topic=80030.msg830837#msg830837 date=1274168956]

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[/quote]Much easier to check brake linings and look for broken springs this way.
 
[quote author=roadmaster link=topic=80030.msg832059#msg832059 date=1274557087]
[quote author=jakebrake12 link=topic=80030.msg830837#msg830837 date=1274168956]

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[/quote]Much easier to check brake linings and look for broken springs this way.
[/quote]HELIUM USED TO AIR TIRES.
 
Our paycut dollars are being wasted at my sc. One morning a couple of weeks ago at our fac a driver had to go to another trailer. It was late and the only mt left at the door was an e track. So for the sake of getting the freight moving they floor loaded it and sent him on his way. The fos was written up for not utilizing all of the space on an etrack, so now the first order of business is to switch out all etrack mts with regular ones and we aren't allowed to plug any load doors with them the entire night. So now we have a nice shiny row of 15 or so etracks that sit and rot or go all over the ne or midwest empty.
 
[quote author=snivelitch link=topic=80030.msg832200#msg832200 date=1274617314]
. It was late and the only mt left at the door was an e track. So for the sake of getting the freight moving they floor loaded it and sent him on his way. The fos was written up for not utilizing all of the space on an etrack
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see photo above, i bet you they utilized ALL the e track decks in the first quarter trailer and didnt load anything else on there....atleast they didnt floor load it, they sure did use the e track system! good job team
 
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