The Decline Of Crete Carrier

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  1. The Unatrucker

    The Unatrucker Light Load Member

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    What is up with Crete trucks. I don't have the best hill puller by any means, but when i am behind a Crete truck going up a hill I might as well just put in in park
     
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  2. 4mer trucker

    4mer trucker Road Train Member

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    The Ultimate Decline of Crete Carrier was the Departure of @tucker

    Tonn will hafta deal with this one Personally
     
  3. Kris J

    Kris J Light Load Member

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    THAT sounds familiar! The funny thing is, the dog is a company even if he talks very little. In reality, nothing at all!! He keeps unpleasant people away from the cab, only by looking at them and that is important.
     
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  4. BigMuthaTrucka

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    I wish my Crete truck had siriusxm built in, I know I would be paying the subscription, but one of the cigarette outlets doesn’t work so I would have to buy a splitter and the satellite radio.
    A handful of things like the siriusxm were better at my previous company.
     
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  5. jezter5677

    jezter5677 Light Load Member

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    Your free to,go back, no one keeping you here
     
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  6. Bumper

    Bumper Road Train Member

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    My first Crete truck didnt have electric windows or mirrors. Carried a cane in the truck so I could adjust the passenger side mirror while I was backing......I wont mention the Opti Idle bull stuff....
     
  7. BigMuthaTrucka

    BigMuthaTrucka Light Load Member

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    Does anyone know if you ever washout the interior of dry van trailers or is that only reefer trailers you washout? I’m assuming I would have to sweep it out.
    I’m switching from Reefer to dry van.
     
  8. ZVar

    ZVar Road Train Member

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    Usually just sweep it out. A cordless leaf blower is good for this I'm told.
    There are some place that do require a washout though, even in dry van. Coors in Denver comes to mind. Usually it would still be food, but simply non-refrigerated stuff.
     
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  9. jezter5677

    jezter5677 Light Load Member

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    Never had to get a washout on any dryvan
     
  10. mitrucker

    mitrucker Road Train Member

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    I’ve had to have one washed out.
     
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