Well until someone told me not to because it'll burn up my bearings, I was gonna.Don’t you think it would be worth a try before you put all that money into new tires? Asking for a friend.
I have an idea,just try it and don’t tell anyone.Well until someone told me not to because it'll burn up my bearings, I was gonna.
If you read back a little, I had to fend off this whole spiel about how I'm just a other mega on a small scale if I do that and I need to be better than that as an O/O and yadda yadda yadda blah blah blah.
I forget who said it but someone said they wouldn't run it until it was fully resolved.
Trying to give respect to the folks who claim to know what they're talking about.I have an idea,just try it and don’t tell anyone.
I had a 2007 Volvo given to me brand new. 225 miles on it.Yeah basically. Everybody got an opinion. I'm gonna jack it up again when I have my socket and do a little rotating. If it smooths out bobtail then it should be okay with a load.
It's pretty damned intolerable as it is so something definitely needs done.
I dunno maybe I'm just getting "Old" & Wise now..
To be "Completely" Honest..I dunno maybe I'm just getting "Old" & Wise now..
About a Decade ago at the Grain Elevator those trucks wernt SET..
DOING 75 mph down the 294 tollway..
My "Attitude" then is ya won't MOVE..
ILL bring that Timpte Hopper just "enough" to the Line..
Ya either back OFF afew mph or I'm gonna cut ya off "Prison Rape Style"..
By that I mean won't Touch me ..
You'll Peel Off 1st and I'm gonna FLORR IT..
These days though every other truck has DASH CAM..
You'll have to remember his red Ford. Which I hope he names Robert...When I see a "Pumpkin" I imagine is that @Electric Chicken and I be mellow and throw down some "Road Respect" ..
You'll have to remember his red Ford. Which I hope he names Robert...
Because he ain't gonna be driving fleet maintained junk piles any more. He's got himself a real truck and he's fixing it up and making it his own. Not just his own because his name is on the title, I mean his own because he's going to know that truck inside out from working on it himself. Doing as many repairs as he can himself instead of farming it out to some "tech" at a shop.
I can't help but respect that.
There's a lot to be said about the way he's doing this. Fixing up an older truck mostly with his own two hands instead of signing a piece of paper at some dealership. As a hands-on type myself, I just can't help but respect that.
And I'm not the only one who's picked up on this. He's got a little bit of a following on here I've noticed. We all want this endeavor of his to succeed and I really like seeing these more experienced hands giving him helpful advice. It's actually what this forum is about. He's got a lot of us rooting for him.