US Trucks in Europe

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Re: US Trucks in Europe

#21 Post by HRTrucking » 14 Nov 2019 10:59

ImageScreenshot_20191114-114554_Gallery by Haye Renders, on Flickr

Just seen this one today, quick coffee stop to post it here. Western Star from HSF in the Netherlands. And it's a working truck as well with a trailer that's a bit shorter.

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#22 Post by B787 » 14 Nov 2019 12:31

Nice! :mrgreen:

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#23 Post by BK Vissers » 14 Nov 2019 12:38

Interesting that the owner put air horns on the roof on an Aero truck. Most 5700’s I’ve seen have them hidden for a sleeker appearance.
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#24 Post by HRTrucking » 19 Nov 2019 18:44

I think they are placed there for show @BK Vissers

Image20191119_183708 by Haye Renders, on Flickr

Seen today at the Centre Routier in Rouen, France.
Kenworth from Transports Jorland

There website has some nice photo's from there history and what they've got now. They're also a Kenworth dealer.
http://www.transports-jorland.fr/photos.html

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#25 Post by B787 » 20 Nov 2019 10:35

Great! :shock:

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#26 Post by HRTrucking » 11 Dec 2019 08:25

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Seen this modified Volvo just now at my coffee pit stop :D

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#27 Post by raduspeedy » 11 Dec 2019 08:56

xXCARL1992Xx wrote:
03 Nov 2019 21:39
standard 13m trailer, would make the combo to long

16.5m is the limit of a truck+trailer combo, 18.25 if it is a rigid with trailer (or 25.25 in few countries for both combos)
Hi, i think it' 18.75 for the rigid and trailers, a lot of the trucks from the company that my father works for are 18.75 tandems and they don't need any permits or anything like that

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#28 Post by HRTrucking » 11 Dec 2019 09:55

ImageScreenshot_20191211_104852_com.android.gallery3d by Haye Renders, on Flickr

Holidays are coming :lol:
Second U.S. truck today

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#29 Post by B787 » 11 Dec 2019 10:14

Looks weired with an one axle trailer. :lol:

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#30 Post by DEDE62 » 11 Dec 2019 10:18

Missing a lot of lights :?

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