Low loaders

JD450A

JD450A

Wolf without teeth.
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bit of a heads up, just spotted this evening:eek::eek::cry:
A lot of these arsetangwombles know that there sat nav/curtain/fluffy dice/football shite isn't acceptable for MOT and has to be removed....... so it shouldn't be a surprise.
 
V8Druid

V8Druid

do it as well as you can,but learn to do it better
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A lot of these arsetangwombles know that there sat nav/curtain/fluffy dice/football shite isn't acceptable for MOT and has to be removed....... so it shouldn't be a surprise.
:LOL::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO: ... tha's a new one Rory ..... and yeh .... should know ****ing better anyway :rolleyes:
 
Hydremaduck

Hydremaduck

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bit of a heads up, just spotted this evening
https://www.facebook.com/SpottedVosa/photos/a.699565403465538/2041675382587860/?type=3&theater&ifg=1

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" Heads up guys! Sent this by a friend,,
Today I was done by VOSA in Perth for my truck interior curtains showing both sides.
It’s a new enforcement that came out on 1/1/19.... cost me £100 fine.
They’ve already done 20 drivers before me today for “window vision obstruction” (as they call it) for curtains, dash tables and windscreen stone guards.

Don’t let the cunts get you like me today "

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About bloody time too.

Its not rocket science to work out, if your alongside a truck and you cannot see the driver, theres a bloody good chance he cannot see you!

And before anybody starts bleeting that he'll be able to see your vehicle etc, etc so know you are there!

How does the plate on rear of trucks work then IF YOU CANNOT SEE MY MIRRORS I CANNOT SEE YOU! maybe not but I bet if you look in yours you'll be able to see my wing!
 
V8Druid

V8Druid

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I’m all for it(y), the flip flop brigade with all the tat in the windscreen:mad: V8 super with his curtains half shut:whistle: they fit windows for a reason,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,to see out of:unsure:
totally agree Mog ..... hiding behind a half pulled curtain, on the phone, trying to negotiate a 90 left at the lights in town, one handed and head elsewhere .. see 'em all the time .... really annoys me :mad: ... a bad junction when on the ball :rolleyes:
 
Exmayor

Exmayor

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Bang on there everyone its about bloody time Windows are for looking out of, this has been doing the rounds on the Trucking faceache sites with everyone moaning ITS NOT FAIR well boo hooo I have absolutely no sympathy with any of them and the fines are not steep enough in my eyes

Come to Allelys Heavy Haulage and do that and see how long you last................Not long I can tell you

This is one that really does boil my piss Rant over :mad: ;)
 
Mark

Mark

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What type of gear box do you have in it James? We have Manual in our and had a lot of servo problems.
 
Mogman

Mogman

What man as done, man can do, what never has,maybe
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Not strictly a low loader but this is what I collected yesterday
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Weight 5.5 tonnes with the stand :eek:
Has its own power pack in the top to work the rams so only needs a electric cable and lifting cables 5 m3 capacity
 
V8Druid

V8Druid

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Not strictly a low loader but this is what I collected yesterday
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Weight 5.5 tonnes with the stand :eek:
Has its own power pack in the top to work the rams so only needs a electric cable and lifting cables 5 m3 capacity
handy looking trailer bed there Mog :giggle:;)
 
James

James

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What type of gear box do you have in it James? We have Manual in our and had a lot of servo problems.
Straight I shift box in it Mark. Lovely to drive but it only has a single reduction drive axle so gearing can be a bit high for manoeuvring around in tight spots. The I shift with crawlers would be a dream for this work I’d say.
 
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Smiffy

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Is it much of a hindrance having that axle setup ?? Knowing how difficult it is to follow a six wheeler with an 8 wheeler
 
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Monkeybusiness

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I had a great day with Paul (Mogman) delivering some kit to a quarry we are working in next week. He’s an extremely decent bloke and I was lucky enough to get a tour of his yard/workshop (playground?!) when we got back this afternoon (and I am dead jealous!).
He genuinely couldn’t be more helpful, is geared up to move/shift/lift/build/demolish/dismantle just about anything you could think of, and has to be one of the most creative people I’ve met. And his new ripper looks terrifying!!