slimsanta Posted August 5, 2018 Share Posted August 5, 2018 Original Topic created in December of 2008: I think this very expensive in town load transfer, shifted on the previous corner about a half block away. The driver was only going about 7 miles per hour, when it fell over. After setting it up we held it until we shifted the load back. Al Dakota Service & Repair, Brookings, SD Matt Bartlett said: Very nice use of the bags, you don't see those jobs posted a whole lot. Thanks for sharing. Rocky MT Towman said: Al, what was the load & what did you have to do to get it shifted back? Bob WStowing11 said: I think 7 M.P.H. was just perfect for that driver !! Beautiful air bag job !! slimsanta said: Bob, the load was in plastic totes two high down the center and all the way to the rear. We set it down very easily so the load stayed on the left side. Although it was over the load capacity of a pallet jack and with in two inches of the roof, we manged to move half the load to the right side. He was only about a half a block from the dock. The load was some sort of glue. Al Dakota Service & Repair, Brookings, SD Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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