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Strange lorry (5 pics)

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  • 28 Sep, 2009  |
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It's not exactly strange and there is a rational explanation.
But it looks very unusual.
Take a look.


1 Strange lorry (5 pics)


2 Strange lorry (5 pics)


3 Strange lorry (5 pics)


4 Strange lorry (5 pics)


5 Strange lorry (5 pics)


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№1 Author: super.satan (28 Sep 2009 08:58) Total user comments: 20


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how it could be...??? 36
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№2 Author: unknownj (28 Sep 2009 11:14) Total user comments: 427


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well i think it works for places the driver can't turn or maybe it doesn't have a reverse gear.. :D
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№3 Author: mudassargold (28 Sep 2009 11:22) Total user comments: 1951


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very strange
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№4 Author: tapatio (28 Sep 2009 11:47) Total user comments: 2047


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FOOLS...
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№5 Author: salsapopo (28 Sep 2009 13:34) Total user comments: 12723


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Quote: tapatio
FOOLS.

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№6 Author: Ty Webb (28 Sep 2009 19:08) Total user comments: 6156


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just a tow. No biggie
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№7 Author: Passions Unchained (29 Sep 2009 02:36) Total user comments: 0


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It may look odd to those that don't know what it is, bu once you know, it's perfectly logical. The trucks are being delivered to either a dealership or a customer. The pickup is the personal vehicle the driver will use to either get home, or get to the next location where he'll pick up another two rigs to deliver. The transport unit with the pickup on it lets the driver take his vehicle with him without having to tow the two rigs piggy-back style. This is easier than having to use a crane to remove a towed rig with the steer axle attached to the front uint's fifth wheel, and cheaper than having to take a bus or plane home once the rigs are delivered.
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№8 Author: ash666 (29 Sep 2009 07:28) Total user comments: 1856


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its very strange
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№9 Author: sanjaya.v (8 Oct 2009 09:07) Total user comments: 0


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its saving the gas and money too
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№10 Author: tapatio (9 Oct 2009 07:46) Total user comments: 2047


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Passions has it right..




that is how they deliver 2 truck in to a remote place or no airport amongst other things..
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№11 Author: jim_palmore (19 Oct 2009 22:18) Total user comments: 2


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#7 has one of the answers here is another . I have actually done this.. teamsters local150

they are connected via a device called a tru-hitch, the pick up is a pilot car. these trucks drlivered something like a manufactured home or mobile construction offices . this configuration saves alot in fuel cost and permits... been there ,, done that
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№12 Author: godon2004 (24 Nov 2009 19:02) Total user comments: 50


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№13 Author: Pablonauta (12 Dec 2009 03:37) Total user comments: 217


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nice!!
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№14 Author: khannibal (14 Jan 2010 14:57) Total user comments: 4711


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№15 Author: MathIsHard (28 Feb 2010 21:47) Total user comments: 1404


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Thanks @Passions Unchained
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