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Let's see your end dump/long dump pics!

Discussion in 'Trailers' started by tonka, Jun 28, 2009.

  1. kevinw

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    those are beautiful trucks
     
  2. monster truck

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    Heres a few of my setup
     

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  3. monster truck

    monster truck Senior Member

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    One more, who says you have to be level to dump ;)
     

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  4. tonka

    tonka Senior Member

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    nice bucket...:cool2
     

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  5. tonka

    tonka Senior Member

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    The Boston Bandit rockin out...
     

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  6. monster truck

    monster truck Senior Member

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    My ride for the day

    I helped a frind of mine with a house demo that he had to do and this is the truck that I ran all day. Dont know alot about it but it has a Mack motor with an 18 speed and straight pipes. Turned out to be a pretty nice ride, just had to keep the windows up so I could hear myself think!

    I took the last picture because it reminded me of a joke about Mack drivers, "why does mack put that little bulldog on the hood?", anyone know the answer? :drinkup
     

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  7. heavylift

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    THE MACK TRUCK MASCOT


    Here’s how the truck got its name. It was during World War I. A new American truck was used in France. At the time, it did not have any Logo trademark. But the English soldlers were so impressed by the way the truck preformed that they gave it the nickname “Bulldog” because it was very reliable on all kinds of roads & conditions and it got through where other trucks were unable. The name stuck. The Mack Truck Company created the Bulldog Logo and mascot.

    somthing I googled
     
  8. monster truck

    monster truck Senior Member

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    WRONG! The joke goes "why did mack put that little bulldog on the hood?" The answer, "So one a**hole can look at the other." :tong
     
  9. daugherty102

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    the first one is my uncles and the second is of all of our trucks parked for the night.
     

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  10. tonka

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    bostn bandit at it again....:drinkup
     

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  11. jimmyjack

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    looks like the 195 /95 merge in providence
     
  12. tonka

    tonka Senior Member

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    Clean Slate
     

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  13. D5G

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    those two look awesome tonka!
     
  14. DEERE310SG

    DEERE310SG Well-Known Member

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    Yes nice trucks tonka.
     
  15. rabbit

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    Here is mine
    End dump trailer.JPG
     
  16. tonka

    tonka Senior Member

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  17. rabbit

    rabbit Well-Known Member

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    Last winter. No its not snowing here yet, but soon..
    ;) :usa
     
  18. tonka

    tonka Senior Member

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    ahh 10dash4 i was hoping winter hadent hit you yet....:D
     
  19. nickbowers

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    i dont understand why all your trucks over there are so long? is it just for looks?
    Also why are cab overs so rare?
    Nick
     
  20. tonka

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    most of the length of a truck is personal prefrence, the length helps with the ride and the weight issues, as for cabovers there not rare, they just dont make them anymore Pete, KW, FLD all quit making cabovers...there ois alot of old cabovers still out there working...