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Hayes trucks in the logging industry

Discussion in 'Forestry Equipment' started by Hayesno1, Oct 3, 2010.

  1. Hayesno1

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    She had just been in the shop after a hard Day of work... 150337F3-92C0-4006-AD3D-1D172B84D71C.jpeg
     
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    Hayes HDX preload - H14 - this is beaty 4DD19FFE-B73B-4384-A657-9A6CDAB78E93.jpeg
     
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    A Repower, Air to Air up front is a little Exposed!!
     
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    At door it says “Infinity West” 51307442-DC6B-4DF2-A57A-5AF5E258F210.jpeg
     
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    Helluva way to haul spares!!
     
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    Its the easyst and most practical way to move an Off Highway Logging Truck by barge from town to camp or from one camp to another camp , and take along some spare tires .
     
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    And oh soooooo much fun to load them.
    Forget where the valve stem is and the tireman can get a touch snippy with you.
    Unless of course you do tires as part of you job, then you can curse yourself out.
    Did I ever say how much I hate repairing tires.
     
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    Fixing Tires has always Sucked!! And I live on land with Honey Locust trees on it.
     
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    After seeing the 6-210 sitting ,Just had to post the other sisters IMG_4783.jpg IMG_4784.jpg
     
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    They all run and get a little exercise around the field from time to time.. 207 was the truck Jim falconer had that he would take to the truck shows. 209 had to have an engine change due to an internal problem.. All good now
     
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    Is there a specific issue with the valve stems when loading/loaded on a barge?

    Asking for the ignorant few like myself
     
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    When you drop spare tires over and down upright stake , care must be taken that valve stem on inside of steel tire rim is not "sheered off " . If that happens tire must be taken off rim to replace valve stem on tube .
     
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    Gotcha.
     
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    D4AE3032-1C09-450B-8A77-C17E240A55D1.jpeg This WHD is still around - 1974 model as I recall but it was parked at Olympics Forrest boneyard so it might be uset for spare parts
     
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    Sure good to see them all lined up, safe and away from one tearing parts out of them. Giving them a little exercise will keep them lasting a long time.
     
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    Here is another old HD I 36980A10-D720-4DEE-ADE0-D7F09EA70EB2.jpeg have not seen for many years
     
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    Here is another truck I had not seen for many years - Ruthie - HDX dump truck in Campbell River 6FD28A94-D4F8-433F-A354-BB63DE1D16D9.jpeg F00F498D-1845-4316-A8A0-E42A0724C5E2.jpeg 1EC08AB3-6617-420A-9413-64557D822285.jpeg D660EFC5-985D-421D-BF7E-C3F9FFD5EC7E.jpeg
     
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    Fun to see the trees are growing each time when I visit Port McNeill. First time I Saw her was way back in 2000 - beside her was another HDX but it has gone now... one of the vans I rented in the background 5515164A-6761-4F99-9EE9-5EF3A3A7B395.jpeg EB3F5F53-4BDC-488F-AABD-2B828E611190.jpeg 1A6242BE-E14A-45F4-AA2A-49AB95EB0834.jpeg 7BB8B88E-5767-4D55-AF6B-68C8D6A5C173.jpeg
     
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    WHDX Squamish Division
     
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    I just hate seeing trees growing through old iron. It just tells my no one cares anymore.
     
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