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Old 09-21-2009, 12:40 AM
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now, if I won the lottery...

well, because I'm bored, sittin' here drinkin' some beers after work

a Kenworth T800 like this one w/ 600hp Cummins and an Eaton-Fuller Super 18


and one of these

Merritt Goldline cattle pot w/ liftable third axle

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Old 09-21-2009, 04:28 AM
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If you won the lottery, you could drive this.

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Old 09-21-2009, 08:23 AM
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If you won the lottery, you could drive this.

Hmmm.. Change that to a W900 KW, redo the paint in black, with orange fenders and some cream and orange highlight pinstripes, and I might be interested if I won the lottery!!!
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ugh, its an autoshift. Paint it, change the trans, delete some of the chicken lights, and I'd drive it long enough to get really pi$$ed at myself trying to bump a dock with a 380" wb.
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Old 09-21-2009, 08:30 PM
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man dang! i've never been a fan of those big fancy sleepers not my thing. with the money i'd spend on that i could have a SUPER nice T800 and money to spare even after chrome and schtuff. I equate trucks like that to pullin' a load with a charter bus, couldn't even comprehend trying to maneuver
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No T800 Widehood?


Anyway, I would get a T800 logger with a 600 CAT and a 18 speed Eaton Fuller.
Although an Eaton Fuller Super 10 wouldn't be bad either.
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spend as much on land and a house that would be all paid for and not no over priced home that I could not afford the tax's..
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Old 09-21-2009, 11:01 PM
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No T800 Widehood?


Anyway, I would get a T800 logger with a 600 CAT and a 18 speed Eaton Fuller.
Although an Eaton Fuller Super 10 wouldn't be bad either.

I'd love a widehood, but I wouldn't be hauling heavy loads really. Just a cattle pot full of cattle. I always see the wide hood T800's doing the heavy hauling work. SO I don't really think I'd need one. I just love the T800's in general.
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Old 09-22-2009, 07:17 AM
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No T800 Widehood?


Anyway, I would get a T800 logger with a 600 CAT and a 18 speed Eaton Fuller.
Although an Eaton Fuller Super 10 wouldn't be bad either.
To bad you cant get a 10 or 13 speeds behind 600's
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To bad you cant get a 10 or 13 speeds behind 600's
Only 18?
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