Random - Interesting trucks and trailers I saw today

RonSII

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Just thought we needed a catch-all thread for interesting/strange trucks seen on the road... or off
Here's a few I saw today on interstate 5 While heading to seattle.
Army guys moving a lorain.
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Dozer with a good sized blade on it :)
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Bigger dozer without a blade on it, couldn't get a decent close pic of it with the road as rough as it was :(
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Pulling into the scales before hwy18
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RonSII

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Yep, it's a landoll.. most the rental guys around here use em also... handy for manlifts and things that need shallow entry angle loading.
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td25c

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Windshield view from the cab moving a 1956 Insley truck crane down the road . LOL! :)

 

td25c

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These modified off road RV's are pretty cool .
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Hard tellin what they cost ?:unsure: I better aim for one that still has the big W on the side and 440 Mopar power . LOL! :D1581388165616.png
 

rzucker

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Just thought we needed a catch-all thread for interesting/strange trucks seen on the road... or off
Here's a few I saw today on interstate 5 While heading to seattle.
Army guys moving a lorain.
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Dozer with a good sized blade on it :)
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Bigger dozer without a blade on it, couldn't get a decent close pic of it with the road as rough as it was :(
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Pulling into the scales before hwy18
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The white paint makes me think "Lieberr"
 

rzucker

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You guys know what those goofy, tiny, vintage trailers can sell for? More than my Motorhome almost. Seen a few like that for $4K.
 

td25c

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Yeah RZ … Could possibly pull this off with that camper behind the 1968 Ford GALAXIE 500 in case I need to shag out quick and need a place to sleep . LOL! :)
 

rzucker

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Looks like one of those Boeing wing dollies that Callahan built over here in the early 90's. A friend of mine built the cabs on them.
 

RonSII

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Yeah, I see the boeing guys pretty much every day I take I5 north and they also use hwy512 route to the fredrickson plant out near us
 

RonSII

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Had one of those 'shed builder guys' next to me earlier, they have the coolest trailers!!! all kinds of hydraulics on these babies :) plus this guy had his shed moving dolly set on board :) The trailer slides and tilts the tounge extends out like 6-10 feet!!! the back of the trailer slides left to right in two different sections The one I saw also had the drop sideways axle between the rears to let the trailer travel sideways :) and the hydraulics had full redundancy to 12volt besides a briggs and everything was on a big cordless pendant!!! of course I think the guy said it runs upwards of 50K
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