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Old 01-19-2013, 06:21 PM   #71
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Cats are the only animals that kill for no reason. Not so. the wolf is a master killing machine. He kills as much and often as he can. Just for fun.
I have watched coyotes kill to teach their pups an leave it lay an go on to the next calf. Ruthless killers
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Spring brakes????? Not since the 40's there cinder they ARE ALL AIR BRAKES NOW.
I've always heard the parking brake called a spring brake
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I've always heard the parking brake called a spring brake
I never said a word about the parking brake. I'm talking about popping the air brake valves on the console
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I never said a word about the parking brake. I'm talking about popping the air brake valves on the console
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That's not the parking brake.....or not in any rig iv ever been in. Everyone I've ever been in had a brake pedal for an e brake like a normal car/truck
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I've always heard the parking brake called a spring brake
That may be something swift or werner might tell their drivers but they are the tractor an trailer air valve parking brake. I never use my trailer valve unless dropping the trailer tho I had the trailer brakes freeze in whitefish montana 20yrs ago in a 85 pete 359, an lord have mercy I bout froze to death trying to de ice them with a damn hand torch I got from ace hardware. Oh that was a life learning exp there. Never set the trailer brake in cold weather unless the trailer is gonna be dropped.
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You would have to be ready to take the wheel at any given moment I chickened out.
I would not "bail" behind the wheel. I would say I'm afraid and hand it over. I would not risk the truck in a "bail". And I'm guessing we'd be out somewhere in the absolute middle of nowhere (if Muliemaster is smart).
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That's not the parking brake.....or not in any rig iv ever been in. Everyone I've ever been in had a brake pedal for an e brake like a normal car/truck
Huh a brake pedal??? E brake in a big truck??? Have u ever really drove a damn truck cause not one single truck ever made has a e brake, they all use the tractor trailer air valves on the dash. Wtf willis
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I would not "bail" behind the wheel. I would say I'm afraid and hand it over. I would not risk the truck in a "bail". And I'm guessing we'd be out somewhere in the absolute middle of nowhere (if Muliemaster is smart).
Hell no im gonna pick u up on martin luther king blvd by keebler plant in downtown chicago ill an yer gonna drive us out of there.
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That may be something swift or werner might tell their drivers but they are the tractor an trailer air valve parking brake. I never use my trailer valve unless dropping the trailer tho I had the trailer brakes freeze in whitefish montana 20yrs ago in a 85 pete 359, an lord have mercy I bout froze to death trying to de ice them with a damn hand torch I got from ace hardware. Oh that was a life learning exp there. Never set the trailer brake in cold weather unless the trailer is gonna be dropped.
So drive w no air on the trailer???? Or are you saying you never shut em off?
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