- Jul 7, 2013
- Wherever I end up
Yep though everyone keeps saying I need to keep away from the older rigs, so it's a fuk which way do I turn guess I better invest in some software/hardware to read it.
Older rigs hard to find parts and cramped spaces or somewhat newer electronic crap that don't have too many sensors but enough to cause grey hairs.
Yeah, I know, 6 of one, half a dozen of another. Older doesn't bother me too much if it's in decent condition to start with. Got a customer running two '86 Petes (Pets) about 8,000 miles a month and they do well.
Where you aren't trucking everyday and not looking to run maximum loads day in and day out, there's still room for the right oldie.