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Old 04-09-2011, 09:03 AM   #1
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Old 04-09-2011, 09:49 AM   #2
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I'd really hate to be the window cleaner in any one of them!
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I would hate to buy the fuel for that rig. It is very nice, but........
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Look at the first photo, then look at the last photo.........
The truck grew a nose!
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That thing is a MONSTER...waaay to much rig for my liking!
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Me likey! If I could afford it I would get it. Bigger is always better baby!
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Neither the truck/trailer? in the first photo and the last photo are the same. Nose and how many rear axles ? Something doesn't look right.

But I would like them for my birthday in June, thanks.

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Maybe for what it must cost it has a detachable nose. Possibly in case of a mood change??
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I would hate to buy the fuel for that rig. It is very nice, but........
I would guess it does as well as most diesel motorhomes, in the 7 mpg area, maybe better.

It's showing 3 axles on the trailer, but each axle has only two tires, giving a wider "belly" useful for other purposes. The trailers are basically moving vans, modified.

I have heard frustrated truckers saying their goal in retirement is to have such a rig that they can park in RV areas after watching RV's take up multiple parking spaces in overcrowded truck stops and truck parking areas.
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Look at the first photo, then look at the last photo.........
The truck grew a nose!
Three different rigs.
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Three different rigs.
Same rig, different tractors.

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I would guess it does as well as most diesel motorhomes, in the 7 mpg area, maybe better.

It's showing 3 axles on the trailer, but each axle has only two tires, giving a wider "belly" useful for other purposes. The trailers are basically moving vans, modified.

I have heard frustrated truckers saying their goal in retirement is to have such a rig that they can park in RV areas after watching RV's take up multiple parking spaces in overcrowded truck stops and truck parking areas.
Guess again. I get a constant 5.5 MPG with my Peterbilt no matter what it is doing, empty, loaded, 60MPH or 70MPH. There aren't many OTR trucks that get better than 6.5 MPG.

Where have you heard truckers stating that? I've been on the road for over 15 years and never once heard anything like that. I've been to many truck stops as well and it is very rare to see an R/V in any of the truck parking spots. Most are parked up close to the front in an R/V area.
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I'll take any of 'em....I just wouldn't like the price tag. Good living.
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