10-axle trucks OKed for Alberta forestry sector

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  1. rookietrucker

    rookietrucker Trucker Forum STAFF Staff Member

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    10-axle trucks OKed for Alberta forestry sector
     
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  3. Dionysus

    Dionysus Medium Load Member

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    There's nothing new under the sun. Manitoulin have been hauling 4x20 foot seacans to Hay River, NWT on 9 axles for several years. Weight limit for these vehicles is 63,500 kgs (139,700 pounds)
     
  4. Bikerboy

    Bikerboy Light Load Member

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    9 and 10 axles trucks are very common in ontario, most of the trash haulers run 6 axle trailer and 3 axle truck, and some of the bulk haulers running into michigan run 7 axle trailers

    also seen lots of 7 axle Super B trains in ontario as well.
     
  5. Longhood379

    Longhood379 Medium Load Member

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    This isn't a just paved road game , these guys are hauling out of the bush
    Tri drive tractor , tridem b-train lead and tridem pup No lift axles loaded and prolly doing it for about $125 an hour 78000 KG with possible 12% winter weigh over that last I heard. What happened to 18 wheelers???
     
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