jeans for car hauling

Discussion in 'Car Hauler and Auto Carrier Trucking Forum' started by diesel39648, Jun 12, 2014.

  1. Zigzag777

    Zigzag777 Medium Load Member

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    Uh - I think what you want is the "Official Car Hauler" jeans.
    First head over to www.carhaulerjeans.com to view the website,
    next click on "apparel", then click on "pants", then click on
    "jeans", then click on "no metal rivets or snaps"
    ***NOT!!!***
    Take your skinny or fat butt, then take a walk or
    drive over to a store, perhaps you've heard of it.
    It's called WALMART! Or maybe K-MART, or maybe
    even SEARS.
    OK, still with me?
    Navigate over to where they sell PANTS.
    Select a pair or 3 that fits. Make sure they don't have metal
    rivets or snaps, you might want to bring a magnet to verify.
    Try on in fitting room, if necessary.
    Heres the easy part, proceed to cash register, pay the lady.
    No shipping, handling, or further research required.
    OH, don't forget to put 'em on, one leg at a time.

    Any further questions?

    SHEESH, what's the world come to? TTR for pants!
     
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  3. 10-34-1

    10-34-1 Light Load Member

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    ............ and breathe ...................
     
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  4. daddy2twins

    daddy2twins Light Load Member

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  5. SHO-TYME

    SHO-TYME Road Train Member

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    That's because the guy that posted it was being a jerk about it.
     
  6. Hammer166

    Hammer166 Crusty Information Officer

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    Funny part is, him not being a carhauler, he doesn't realize how clueless he really is!
     
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  7. crb

    crb Road Train Member

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    Carhart makes some without rivots.
     
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  8. daddy2twins

    daddy2twins Light Load Member

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    lol I know. I was playing along with the poor little guy.
     
  9. The Truckist

    The Truckist Medium Load Member

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    + 1 on the Dickies, Sho.
    But I tend to like the "expanding waist elastic super stretchy" models.
    I think they must use Kevlar to line the pockets...purty stiff stuff.
     
  10. Winkjr

    Winkjr Road Train Member

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    Man I had a dream about car hauling last night. And in that dream my jeans got so dirty.
     
  11. 10-34-1

    10-34-1 Light Load Member

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    might be easier to buy things like 'no exposed metal' coveralls. Allied, Jack Cooper, Cassens Canada, some of them supplied said garmets to the drivers and they are available. Covered zippers and Velcro cuffs. Also belts with the leather cover that fastens over the buckle. Google car haul suppliers. They carry it all - with mark up - from straps to height sticks to garments particular to the business.
     
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