Yes, I could play hardball and demand that the receiver cut the bolt off. They could play hardball by telling me somebody will be out in 3 hours (or tomorrow) to do it for me. See how that works?
Anybody have trouble with bolt seals?
Discussion in 'Experienced Truckers' Advice' started by SteveScott, Aug 15, 2019.
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Way too many good portable rechargable options these days to be dragging out an air hose. buy quality and buy once.ncmickey, 86scotty, tscottme and 1 other person Thank this.
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GreenPete359 Road Train Member
- Oct 21, 2017
Question for you...How do you handle seals that are handed to the drivers with their bols, but not installed by the shipper or under shipper supervision?LoneRanger and 86scotty Thank this.
Batteries do have a shelf life. You can pack a pneumatic tool away for 50 years and it will fire right up with a little bit of lubrication.MACK E-6 and scottied67 Thank this.
scottied67 Road Train Member
- Mar 14, 2010
I have a small suitcase generator about 1800 watts and a pea grinder.
I have 100% milwaukii and so far have had good luck with batteries, the only bad one I have had was bad right out of the box. It came with my grease gun and they replaced it right off the bat. Knock on wood.
I have multiple batteries and they might all go bad tomorrow. lol
Moosetek13 Road Train Member
- Nov 1, 2010
By the way, you will be paying detention pay for all that time waiting. If you refuse, I will turn around and return the load to the shipper, saying you refused it.
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