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  1. Ken, Welcome Many good points above, all true and sage wisdom. However, the most important aspect of this is you. "YOU" are the man in the Arena and we each have a unique vantage points of clarity. You will pay for your education(PERIOD) the question is how do you want to do it. The biggest detriment is ignorance and you're have started work on that. ***Education*** Never stops. I'm sure some dreamer thought of Windows, Tesla, Apple, FB, etc....... before the victor brought it to market, yet Humbly, I'm not Holmes, Donny Cruse, etc... I respect those before
  2. I commend the effort to raise awareness. yet have issue with the appearance of Operator lack of situational awareness, lack to Traffic Control measure and addressing only 1 component of making the work space safer. If we are really serious, Towers, Population, Service Vendors, Equipment Manufacturers and Law Enforcement need to look at the best ROI to accomplish a safer environment without stopping traffic flow. The Risk Assessment- Probability, Severity and application of mitigation factors. Yes, awareness is a component. But, they can't afford to deploy a traffi
  3. The State of the Industry occupies much personal reflection on many levels and in no way can I summarize in a small post nor do I have the time currently to write an essay. I fully recognize and appreciate the magnitude of contribution of members here, our posts, 411 and Towforce, State associations, National, publications, journals, articles etc... My assessment of Our Industry as a whole is quite pathetic, yet I haven't earned the gravitas or place here or within Our Industry or dismissed as the new guy. I look at my perception of our Industry prior to entry( I would vent
  4. I concur with Randy, there is only 1 choice. Professionalization..
  5. No. Are your unsatisfied with the how your RA is riding when your (Overloaded)? The thought is your exceeding Manufacturer Specs and your failure point is at the frame stressed between the 2 FAW fatties pummeling at the Timbren. You may get away with it, but you'll receive the whole brunt IF the investigation points to that Timbren. Some guys may run them, however imo they are starting out gambling( to make it or ignorant. Read the Warranty from Timbren then will only cover their parts and not collateral damage.
  6. Introduction Originally Created on Tow411 in January of 2015: Glad to be here, only wish I found the forum before starting the company. "Do not buy anything until after you take the class." Really. Everyone buys the wrong first truck, if you take the class first, you might avoid that mistake. " Rod VT (great advice)
  7. C6500- 22500GVWR in 4x4 and 22900 RWD. Dealer stated 2020 changes are already planned. Order Guide http://gmauthority.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/2019-Chevrolet-Silverado-Medium-Duty-4500HD-5500HD-6500HD-order-guide-May-18-2018.pdf C6500- 22500GVWR in 4x4 "Gerry July 26, 2017 Wow, I was really looking forward to GM doing something great. But now finding out they joined with Navstar (the worst in the trucking industry) I have my doubts. I have 4 Internationals 2009 to 2012 and they are constantly in the shop. In the last 6 months I’ve spen
  8. Red rover red rover come on over. Site is looking great. Can't wait for access transfer, but really appreciate the magnitude of the undertaking. See ya in the ditch..
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