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CCtuna

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Lol I just passed that tow rig headed south on 95. It was empty but seemed suss to me
 

RickC137

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tsharac

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The way that it's strapped down and the way it's positioned suggests it's just being transported for another boat.
 

WoundUpMarine

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Dslpwr

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Wow, all kinds of ballys to tow down that boat with that rig, with a truck camper, and a set of tires up forward on the trailer. Would love to see more of the boat though.
This week is the FMCSA blitz on commercial trucks. I’ve been inspected twice with a brand new brownell tri- axel how the hell does that thing not get put out of service! No way his axel weight is legal

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harpoon83

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I passed the DOT blitz along Rt. 95 in lower Maine last night. Trucks and troopers everywhere.

We were going to the slaughterhouse to pick up our butchered cows. We took an undercover truck, because my friends F-550 is all lettered up with his business and he didn't want to get pinched at the weight station.

I have never seen the Southbound weigh station open, ever, and they have both north and south open. My buddy knew all about it because his tree company trucks are effected.
 


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