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Cooter64

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Cooter64 last won the day on January 13 2019

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  1. 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?
  2. Just wondering what the pressure relief valve should be set at on my 2019 Jerrdan 22 ft bed. Brand new truck and deck but my 11year old Jerrdan 21 ft deck will outpull the new 1 with no problem at all . As it sits the new 1 will stall out winching a F350 diesel pickup onto the deck if the wheels are locked up as in a theft recovery. If I could find out what the relief valve should be set at I can talk to a local hydraulic shop as I am a long way from the dealer. Thanks Jeff
  3. They exist and offer the services they say they do. See their equipment all the time on Highway 2 in Alberta
  4. Awesome work. I love reading about your jobs as they are a great teaching tool about using your head.
  5. Still Here been doing this for over 30 years. Light to heavy Took Wreckmaster 2/3 with Donnie Cruse and other courses as well. Jeff with Cooter's Transportation in AB Canada
  6. Still here and kicking. Keep up the good work. Thanks Jeff
  7. This looks way better than the first 1. Keeps your deck very multifunctional
  8. Finally figured it out and I am back to the source for towing info and equipment. Thanks Jeff
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