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    Now, thats a TRUCK !


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    That's not a truck.




    This is a Truck.


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    Not to split hairs mind you, neither of those are trucks. They are tractor trailers.

    Regardless either of those rigs must be a handful to drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    thats a TRUCK !
    Apostrophe delivery, right on time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPPR2 View Post
    neither of those are trucks. They are tractor trailers.
    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    Apostrophe delivery, right on time.

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    To be fair, I don't think anyone from outside of Yankistan would call those tractor trailers.

    A tractor trailer to me would be a, umm, trailer, pulled by a, well, tractor. Like all on a farm and stuff.

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    But blimey, they must be wishing one of them was carrying new forum content.

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    Is it a truck?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    But blimey, they must be wishing one of them was carrying new forum content.
    Fuck, I am trying at least. Keep getting dragged into the same old shit though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    That's not a truck.




    This is a Truck.

    146 tires tires tho. My wallet hurts just thinking about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirk diggler View Post
    146 tires tires tho. My wallet hurts just thinking about it.
    Not cheap are they those tires? How much you reckon? I would guess that if the truckie runs out of spares getting one out to the middle of dingo country would cost bit as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    Not cheap are they those tires?
    Depends if they are retreads ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    Gosh - and apparently it is me who drags things off topic?

    Retreads are $100 cheaper than the real McCoy apparently. 14k difference on the rig. That's a lot of dough ray me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    Not so bright are you?
    Well, not everyone can be up to your level of thinking, it must be hard for you having to cope with us of lower intelligence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    To be fair, I don't think anyone from outside of Yankistan would call those tractor trailers.
    Agreed. Each country seems to have their own term for them, we call them Tractor Trailers or Big Rigs. Seems people in UKistan call them a Lorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPPR2 View Post
    Agreed. Each country seems to have their own term for them, we call them Tractor Trailers or Big Rigs. Seems people in UKistan call them a Lorry.
    Yet another yank who has zero comprehension of the English language. Lorry - a vehicle with a fixed trailer box, not articulated. On an articulated truck, the front part (with the engine) is the Tractor Unit. Yankistanis have problems with language though call them "Tractor Trailors". As for big rig? That aussie truck would shit all over Merkin tractor units. Lucky some drunk idiot didn't pop up and claim they were American made trucks, and then got his mate the mod to save his blushes by deleting it.

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    I came to the Computers subforum to find out how to wipe a harddrive that I, umm, found.

    What the truck has this got to do with computers - multimedia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    I came to the Computers subforum to find out how to wipe a harddrive that I, umm, found.

    What the truck has this got to do with computers - multimedia.
    "Show us your favourite photographs"
    "wipe a harddrive" ... isn't that what curtains are for?

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    Multimedia. Text and Picture - multi forms of media.

    As for the harddrive, download chromepass to it and hook out all the passwords on it. On my legendary Cambodia thread, the hotel suite I stayed in had an actual computer in it. One drunken evening I turned the fucker on, ran the password fetchers on it. Very eye opening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    That aussie truck would shit all over Merkin tractor units. Lucky some drunk idiot didn't pop up and claim they were American made trucks, and then got his mate the mod to save his blushes by deleting it.
    They are 100% assembled in Australia of 100% American parts and design you fucking imbecile and I had nothing to do with the mods moving it. I am in fact pissed off about it because you made an utter fuckwit of yourself once again.

    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    That aussie truck would shit all over Merkin tractor units.
    What a fucking buffoon.


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    So what it is all American parts and design.

    australian kenworth trucks are manufactured in australia, to an australian specification and using mostly australian sourced parts.


    SUPPLIERS
    PACCAR Australia’s supply chain includes over 70 Australian suppliers located across nearly 300 local sites, the majority are Australian-owned companies located in the Melbourne region.
    Local suppliers provide a wide range of critical components: complex electrical harnesses, large fibreglass components, interior trim systems, fabricated/machined/welded metal components, radiator and charge air cooling packages, as well as paints and paint materials.
    Depending on the model and specification, a Kenworth truck comprises around 60 percent Australian-owned resources. Sustainability of the local supply base is continually improved through:

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    australian kenworth trucks are manufactured in australia, to an australian specification and using mostly australian sourced parts.
    Oh so another fucking retard shows up. Next thing you idiots will be telling me is that Kenworth is Australian owned. GTFO

    The Kenworth K900 is a design dating back to the 70's. It is a classic American truck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    100% American parts
    BLimey - you need to tell Kenworth Australia this then. They are under the misaprehension that

    PACCAR Australia’s supply chain includes over 70 Australian suppliers located across nearly 300 local sites, the majority are Australian-owned companies located in the Melbourne region.
    Local suppliers provide a wide range of critical components: complex electrical harnesses, large fibreglass components, interior trim systems, fabricated/machined/welded metal components, radiator and charge air cooling packages, as well as paints and paint materials.

    and

    We have some of the most demanding road conditions in the world, with many trucks in Australia travelling vast distances on corrugated roads, through billowing dust and extreme heat and humidity. Australian trucks can also haul more than three times heavier loads than trucks in other parts of the world. To meet these challenges a truck needs to be reliable and tough enough to stand the test of time, while providing operators with a safe and comfortable environment.

    Kenworths work harder for longer, because each truck is purpose designed for its intended task, then manufactured to those exacting specifications with uncompromising quality, at our world-class production facility in the Melbourne suburb of Bayswater.

    Depending on the model and specification, a Kenworth truck comprises around 60 percent Australian-owned resources and our supply chain includes over 70 Australian suppliers located across nearly 300 local sites, the majority are Australian-owned companies located in the Melbourne region.
    Rest comes from China and some from the USA (which you have to thank TRUMP for)

    As admission that the American made trucks are simply not good enough; too WEAK to handle it, too soft, too, lets face it, gay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    To be fair, I don't think anyone from outside of Yankistan would call those tractor trailers.

    A tractor trailer to me would be a, umm, trailer, pulled by a, well, tractor. Like all on a farm and stuff.

    I believe the cattle version is trailers pulled by a prime mover? No tractor involved. The mine train might be the same but the fron one looks like and independent dump truck.

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