Forgot to mention I’m using a Legacy Low seat slid all the way back and aired down (because that’s what the cool kids do)...
I'm 6 foot 7, whats the best truck for me?
Discussion in 'Questions From New Drivers' started by ThatTallGuy, Jul 20, 2019.
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Tall Mike Road Train Member
- Aug 20, 2014
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BigBob410 Road Train Member
Banker, Feedman, shogun and 1 other person Thank this.
- Feb 2, 2016
Unfortunately my seat is as far back and low as it goes and you can still see me through my very uncool clear windows. Ah well maybe someday....FlaSwampRat, BigBob410 and Tall Mike Thank this.
JoeyJunk Road Train Member
- Dec 31, 2010
Get a custom sleeper and sleep long ways? Lol
@Tall Mike , 6’8”?!?! Holy crap!!! My 6’3” doesn’t feel so tall anymore. If trucking ever gets boring you could start a tree trimming business...........without a ladder.Dino soar, FlaSwampRat, BigBob410 and 2 others Thank this.
Zeviander Road Train Member
- Jan 23, 2015
I would definitely recommend AGAINST a Mack Pinnacle. Out of all the trucks I've driven (Peterbilt narrow and wide cab, Kenworth narrow and wide cab, Freightliner Cascadia) it is by far the most cramped of all truck cabs.
bryan21384 Road Train Member
- Sep 18, 2009
International....lots of room
WesternPlains Road Train Member
Pedigreed Bulldog Road Train Member
My Mack CH, despite being a day cab, I can fully extend my legs...and at 6'2" and a 36" inseam, it's impressive. Even the R model Mack I drive on occasion has room enough to stretch my legs out straight. Unless they've made significant changes to the cab, I find it hard to believe you find it "cramped".
FlaSwampRat Road Train Member
- Jun 1, 2019
tinytim Road Train Member
- Oct 29, 2007
Monster truck?FlaSwampRat Thanks this.
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