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09-16-2016 08:46 AM
boothboy
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Originally Posted by 123pugsy View Post
I've never seen a yellow muffler. Do you have a pic?
Maybe it's just timid.

BB
09-16-2016 06:22 AM
idrivejunk I call my paint color Grape. Perhaps this one is Sharkleberry Fin? Maybe one of those "Which color do we paint the nursery?" things. I dunno just getting rid of Frugal Frog's pic.



Sharkleberry Fin - KoolaidWorld

When stirred, it goes blue at the outside of the pitcher and... pink in the middle.

Curbside Classic: 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix – What The Blue (And Pink) Blazes?!
09-16-2016 05:03 AM
123pugsy
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Originally Posted by BuzzLOL View Post
The other bike, Kawasaki, is yellow... even yellow wheels...

And for your further enjoyment:





Said to be a really quiet vehicle...
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LOL...now I get your user name.
09-16-2016 03:54 AM
BuzzLOL
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Originally Posted by 123pugsy View Post
I've never seen a yellow muffler. Do you have a pic?
The other bike, Kawasaki, is yellow... even yellow wheels...

And for your further enjoyment:





Said to be a really quiet vehicle...
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09-16-2016 03:37 AM
123pugsy
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Originally Posted by BuzzLOL View Post
Also take a picture change:


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One of my two bikes... I love the well tucked in exhaust pipes and the stereo sound of a muffler on each side... The other one is yellow...
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I've never seen a yellow muffler. Do you have a pic?
09-15-2016 07:58 PM
BuzzLOL Also take a picture change:


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One of my two bikes... I love the well tucked in exhaust pipes and the stereo sound of a muffler on each side... The other one is yellow...
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09-15-2016 07:55 PM
BuzzLOL
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Originally Posted by whinny View Post
I like them wing mirrors,lol
I'll take a pair of them...
09-06-2016 07:24 AM
Too Many Projects
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Originally Posted by 496CHEVY3100 View Post
I saw a Mack dump truck stamd up on the tailgate when the load (stumps ) tried to come out as a lump,,we had to chain him and pull it back down ,,with him in it he could not get out,,it was funny after we found out he was not hurt,
My first truck I bought was a dump truck. I got sent to a job to remove stumps and the contractor convinced me that he could load the biggest one on top of the smaller ones and if I left the gate locked, it would roll out over the gate and then I could open the gate the smaller ones would slide out. Yeah right, I was at the dump site for 3 hours with the front tires 2 feet in the air, waiting for a backhoe to arrive and dig the stumps out from the gate, so I could open it...
THAT never happened again...
09-02-2016 08:10 AM
496CHEVY3100
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Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
I've hauled a LOT of rip rap and concrete rubble. I always took the box up slowly in stages to let the stuff slide slowly. Once that crap breaks lose, it usually comes out like an avalanche. I watched a few guys take boxes up quickly and when the load broke lose, it took the gates right off with it... No chance to tip that way...
I saw a Mack dump truck stamd up on the tailgate when the load (stumps ) tried to come out as a lump,,we had to chain him and pull it back down ,,with him in it he could not get out,,it was funny after we found out he was not hurt,
09-02-2016 07:45 AM
idrivejunk
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Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
I watched that from the outside, not inside, feeling the truck roll over. It happened slow enough that I knew it was going over this time and shut the key off. No damage to the engine from lose of oil while running on it's side. I let it sit for a 1/2 hour for the oil to drain down, started it up and drove it home 20 miles.
Well if I'd have been there I'D have been watching! I got that you were the operator and stuff happens. My 40th anni GTP thing was a slo-mo also, only I ended up skidding a ways on the lid. It shut itself down but drained the trans down pretty far and did have some oil trapped in the holes. Bad days, man! They come and go like the rest.
09-02-2016 07:34 AM
Too Many Projects
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Originally Posted by 496CHEVY3100 View Post
I flipped one years ago when we were building I-75 hauling RipRap without removing the tailgate,thought it would work,but it don't.
I've hauled a LOT of rip rap and concrete rubble. I always took the box up slowly in stages to let the stuff slide slowly. Once that crap breaks lose, it usually comes out like an avalanche. I watched a few guys take boxes up quickly and when the load broke lose, it took the gates right off with it... No chance to tip that way...
09-02-2016 07:29 AM
Too Many Projects
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Originally Posted by idrivejunk View Post
The up-righting ceremony would have been just as much fun to watch
I watched that from the outside, not inside, feeling the truck roll over. It happened slow enough that I knew it was going over this time and shut the key off. No damage to the engine from lose of oil while running on it's side. I let it sit for a 1/2 hour for the oil to drain down, started it up and drove it home 20 miles.
09-02-2016 07:23 AM
496CHEVY3100
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Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
Yep, the liner was shifting to the right in the trailer and I kept telling the trailer owner he needed to fix that. This load was sticky clay and when I saw it leaning in the mirror, I hit the down switch, but couldn't catch it. The box was only 2 feet off the frame when it went over..

The liner got moved back to center while I was down getting the cab pushed out and replacing the exhaust...

17 years working an end dump before this happened.
I flipped one years ago when we were building I-75 hauling RipRap without removing the tailgate,thought it wouild work,but it don't.
09-02-2016 07:12 AM
idrivejunk The up-righting ceremony would have been just as much fun to watch
09-02-2016 07:01 AM
Too Many Projects Yep, the liner was shifting to the right in the trailer and I kept telling the trailer owner he needed to fix that. This load was sticky clay and when I saw it leaning in the mirror, I hit the down switch, but couldn't catch it. The box was only 2 feet off the frame when it went over..

The liner got moved back to center while I was down getting the cab pushed out and replacing the exhaust...

17 years working an end dump before this happened.
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