Post flatbed load photos here V2.0

Discussion in 'Flatbed Trucking Forum' started by leftlanetruckin, Feb 18, 2014.

  1. Tug Toy

    Tug Toy Road Train Member

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    Love that picture!!!!
     
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  3. kylefitzy

    kylefitzy Road Train Member

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    Do it! You won’t look back. Also that tarp had the d-rings spaced 7’ apart instead of 8’. Works great for low loads. 30A7D4D5-5F8B-4E72-8F5A-E3E6DC695F07.jpeg
     
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  4. FerrissWheel

    FerrissWheel Road Train Member

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    Jokes on them im getting two mini excavators out of tacoma tomorrow, heading over to ID and MT and heading straight back for something else.
     
  5. FerrissWheel

    FerrissWheel Road Train Member

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    Yes
     
  6. staceydude

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    Not nearly as cool as D Tibbit Buffalo post but still cool. Off I94 North Dakota. Near Teddy Roosevelt park. Beautiful country up here. Delivered to an old abandoned farmhouse where the company leased the property. F65788C0-3FF0-4FE8-940C-6004C59D32AC.jpeg 60646B1E-47A3-4F62-BC5F-1259391F5B99.jpeg 80FA244C-35D7-41ED-8B14-41B1C7DA6ADB.jpeg
     
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  7. FerrissWheel

    FerrissWheel Road Train Member

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    Double Trouble. I hate small things I wish my trailer had d-rings it requires creativity from time to time. Big thing easy to tie down on this trailer. Small things utter pita from time to time.

    I had a dumb moment with the one up front loaded the back one set it aside to figure out what I was going to do with the Boom get the second one on, realized I would have significantly more room to play with deck wise if I put the blade on the front one backwards just like the other. So I had to take it back off the trailer flip it around and all that good stuff. Cause dumb moment. Kept debating about what to do with the booms. Realized face to face or even both facing rear was impossible.
    Ended up with this both under 13 feet.

    If anyone knows a better way to load these please let me know cuz I am making this stuff up as I go along.
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  8. D.Tibbitt

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    Not sure , thats above my pay grade. I probably wouldve crashed those things in the ditch, just trying to get them on the deck.. then hauled ### out of dodge before anybody knew i was there !!! :D
     
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  9. staceydude

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    Two loads cancelled on me today back to back today.

    One was too muddy to get into job site on delivery and I wasn’t hanging around for 5 days to let it “maybe” dry out.

    Other one was 114” tall and as soon as I saw the fork truck rolling out I knew it wasn’t going to end well. Lolol. Oh well. Got a TONU for the 2 minute drive there and a few minutes of shooting the breeze with the locals.

    Parked up in Piedmont south of Sturgis enjoying the scenery and hiked up the hill a bit and looked around. Headed southeast when I get some hours back.
    That dude sleeping on floor is sitting in driver seat in photos lolol.
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  10. Tug Toy

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    Floor looks good!!!
     
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