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Cooter64

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Cooter64 last won the day on January 13 2019

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  1. I have a Zacklift 5th wheeler sitting in my yard that I would probably sell. Located in Central AB
  2. You would need your fifth wheel over your bogies to avoid unloading your front end but other than that it would probably work because of the weight on your steer axle. If you are unfamiliar with towing tractor trailer combos it would definitely be worth getting training just for the safety aspect of it rather than just jumping into it. Is this going to be an income stream or are there no other tow trucks in the area because all of a sudden you are a competitor and the tow companies will forget that you have a shop when it comes to recommending people to you. Just my 2 cents. Jeff
  3. A Zacklift fifth wheeler and a longer wheelbase tractor with a wet kit would work well because then you can move trailers or bang your wheellift on in 15 minutes and move a tractor or truck. The longer wheelbase the better. I know that my Zacklift on a 244 inch wheelbase would move tractors or or loaded tractor trailers as long as you can pick them. I towed a loaded tractor and tridem trailer off the highway in Eastern AB without any problems at all. If it was a yard truck only I would add weight to your front axle and it would allow you to move the heavier stuff in the yard. I used mine to
  4. My father in law just told me that the RCMP are not pressing charges against the semi driver due to the ICY CONDITIONS at the time. If the road is icy shouldn't you slow done for the conditions never mind the SDMO speed limit of 60 kms per hour. Why don't our lives matter to law enforcement?
  5. He was an awesome guy to buy a truck from. went over and above to look after the customer. Totally different from his replacement
  6. That's why my son is told and taught to do things from the ditch side. If we could only educate our customers to stay off the highway when we are loading their vehicle. They can't seem to wrap their head around the fact that other motorists don't care about their surroundings.
  7. I love the front wheels on the towed vehicle. When they hit the frost heave and those wheels hit the ground better hang on and pray
  8. Just get on this train and we will take you to a place where there is no virus we would be lining up and fighting for a spot
  9. The Banks and the Government are not your Friend or your Partner. The bank loves it when they can control your every move and the government loves it when they can take more control over your lives every day and we are freely giving up our rights and freedoms during this time. It bothers me how we are all swallowing the koolaid without questioning any numbers or facts.
  10. Why do people always figure that Government money is free. It all comes out of your wallet it is just a different hand removing it. When your taxes go through the roof just remember the "FREE" money that you received during these times.
  11. Sane people do the math , however the media does not want us to stop and do the math. I feel that there is a larger agenda to this that we will only find out at a later date. Have a great day
  12. IF I ask myself if I should put them on they are going on. I see too many incidents where chains would have prevented the problem so accordingly I don't want to end up like the casualty. I have taught my drivers if they wonder about chains put them on . We charge by the hour but I can't charge if we are in the ditch with no chains. A new set of lightweight TRYGGS costs less than $450 and lasts for years and what type of repairs can you do for $450 these days?
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