How did this happen?

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  1. gpf87

    gpf87 Heavy Load Member

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    lol .. I saw a driver dump his urine into the window wash bucket .

    These are our peers !!
     
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  3. MACK E-6

    MACK E-6 Moderator Staff Member

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    There's one that would need that bucket poured over his head. :biggrin_25510:
     
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    SmallPackage Road Train Member

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    SmallPackage Road Train Member

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    Back in the 220 diesel days before turbo’s the stand pipe stacks on all Cummins powered trucks were ceramic coated steel. Most when tuned right and pulling good would normally have a flame and burn or blue all the chrome stacks. Some States eventually started requiring spark arrestors toward the tips of the stacks. It was normal to see the red exhaust glow in those days.
     
  6. Snow Hater

    Snow Hater Light Load Member

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    Went past a truck yesterday that was burnt down to the frame. Don't know if it was yellow. Cops and firetrucks were still there.
     
  7. iceman32

    iceman32 Medium Load Member

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    What kind of truck was it?
     
  8. MACK E-6

    MACK E-6 Moderator Staff Member

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    Might be a bit hard to tell by that point. ;) :biggrin_25523:
     
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  9. CosmoK12

    CosmoK12 Light Load Member

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    Wait are you saying there are drivers who think diesel exhaust fluid is flammable?
    It’s basically water
     
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  10. REALITY098765

    REALITY098765 Road Train Member

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    Gasoline as a liquid won't burn either?

    Something I'm missing here.
     
  11. Roberts450

    Roberts450 Road Train Member

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    Correct. Gasoline has to be above its flash point in order to burn, just like any flammable liquid.
     
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