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Old 05-20-2011, 05:02 AM
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New pics of the truck from wheat harvest !!

Here are some pics from this year's wheat harvest in WEST TEXAS. Forgot to get a pic of the truck hooked up to a gooseneck with 27,000 lb of wheat loaded on it.







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Old 05-20-2011, 05:06 AM
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Good looking truck!
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Here are some pics from this year's wheat harvest in WEST TEXAS. Forgot to get a pic of the truck hooked up to a gooseneck with 27,000 lb of wheat loaded on it.

Nothing better than the blue oval with a Deere in the background Nice pics! How's it do pullin the gooseneck loaded down?
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Nice pics, thanks for sharing.
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Looking good while doing work. Love to see these trucks doing actual work. Instead of 10" of lift and at a car show. Not saying that's bad that is cool too. Lets be honest though its a truck dang it.

Thanks for the pics.
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Beautiful truck! Man, I can't wait to get back to the midwest where there are actually open fields and open country!
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Thanks for the nice words, guys. I agree I like to see trucks doing work also.

We live about six miles from the elevator so the truck didn't have to work too hard pulling the trailer. Didn't got over 35 MPH, could have just not a need to. Never appeared to struggle at all while I was shifting through the low gears. Pretty impressed.
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Looks good!
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Is that Pioneer wheat??
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Nice truck....but the combine has most of my attention! One of these days I'm going to volunteer for the midwest combine convoys. When I used to harvest, it was one of the best things I ever did!
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