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Discussion in 'Off Road Haul Trucks' started by Hank R, May 7, 2022.

  1. Hank R

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    A few I received from New Zealand. large images click on to jpg
     

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    Found these pictures in a 2019 file I had while looking for this truck, These are not my pictures If I remember right these pictures are of a land fill garbage dump in or near New York.

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    I wonder if that was a one off wrecker bed or something made to work from a smaller truck?
     
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    Those Payhaulers look a bit wider than I remember. Maybe the photo was taken with a wide angle lens or something.
     
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    They always looked wider to me but maybe their shorter.
     
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    Those Payhaulers were purpose built, for the huge land fill in or near Hew York city. I cam mot remember the details but this landfill was huge as garbage was barged in and they had a fleet of more than 100 Payhaulers as
    well also huge hoes. I am hoping that some from back east would help us out with information. I believe they converted 2 Payhaulers into wreckers, this one is in Puerto Rico, where my friend Jim spotted it.

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    From what I could find on line is. This was from a Iron Planet site.

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    I wonder why the fender rusted so bad maybe they salted the roads in the land fill? There is a big Eucild truck that looks like a wrecker but may have been used for something else . I will try to get a picture of it this week.
     
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