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  1. Banker

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    One of the Allied Terminals I was at gave out silver dollars back in the day. They also had loaders in Louisville. I heard those guys would throw a load on quick, but not necessarily completely chained. A driver could forgo the load pay and let the loaders load and park the truck. Probably not a bad deal if you didn’t feel like loading when you got back in.
     
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  3. Hammer166

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    Look at this guy puttin’ in work! Using all 80’! Nice job there Hammer. Probably a little tall for my route but looks good!
     
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    Legal out here, it was 14'4" on the ladder rack, and that's what 150's run over the hood, so I was happy.
     
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    Being able to run that tall would definitely make my life easier!
     
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    We can legally be 85k of the Interstate, too. So running 14'+ is the norm.

    Unless you run out of Rolla for URS. Then 15'+ or even 16' isn't unusual. I've seen 6 Tahoes/Suburbans on a high mount more than once, and pickup wheel arches above the top rail. Do I know it can get there unscathed at that height? Sure. Still never leave the yard that tall.
     
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    I figure y'all could appreciate this pic. Couldn't find the back half, but it is mostly likely an extended cab under a crew cab. These loads were consistently just under 14'. FB_IMG_1621351882208.jpg
     
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    Thought I'd drop in and wave a hand to the group.
    Still out here grinding away, for now anyway. :confused3:

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