Snackbar is chillin'....at Shaffer

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  1. iraqralph43

    iraqralph43 Road Train Member

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    SSB ...here's a way to stay cool ...and cut down the idle time FB_IMG_1629143900243.jpg
     
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  3. iraqralph43

    iraqralph43 Road Train Member

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    SSB...try and top this idle percentage Screenshot_20210816-160351_Adobe Acrobat~2.jpg
     
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  4. supersnackbar

    supersnackbar Road Train Member

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    You got me beat this month. I am surprised the #2 in Deland isn't blowing my phone up for this one...it's a new all time high for my idle percentage.

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  5. supersnackbar

    supersnackbar Road Train Member

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    And I thought I did things redneck style
     
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  6. tallguy66

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    How’s this possible…
     
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  7. supersnackbar

    supersnackbar Road Train Member

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    Time off reduces your miles so your idle percentage goes up. Idle percentage is calculated based on engine running time, so with less drive time it raises your idle percentage
     
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  8. Farmerbob1

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    Sleeping during the daytime in hot places can do that to your idle % if your opti-idle actually works.
     
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  9. supersnackbar

    supersnackbar Road Train Member

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    Picking up at the same Columbus shipper I picked up at on Saturday. Load was supposed to be preloaded at 2300 last night. I get my bananas unloaded in the usual quick unload time (was on Kroger's lot a grand total of 45 min...from enter side of the guardshack to office to door and back to the exit side of the guardshack). I get to shipper and, a trailer hasn't even been put to the door yet. (And we have empties available). Shipping said it'll be noon before it's ready. So, that'll give me 25 hrs to make it to KC. Totally doable, but will be one of those loads that I will use most of my tomorrow to deliver on time instead of having hours to run after empty.
     
  10. shaker636

    shaker636 Light Load Member

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    i thinki i been to that shipper before when i worked for shaffer
     
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  11. shaker636

    shaker636 Light Load Member

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    lol good idea
     
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