My Life as a Trucker

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Re: My Life as a Trucker

#581 Post by JUseeTV » 20 Jul 2020 20:29

That Solarguard(?) sunvisor looks perfect! Can't wait for the hose holder😃
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Re: My Life as a Trucker

#582 Post by Stocki » 26 Jul 2020 18:25

Thanks 4 your Support.

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A little break in the green before going home.

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After work at home. This week is easy so I'm at home everyday.

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Paper mill, my 2nd tour for unloading today. Then quickly recharge and go back home.

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Thursday. Met a friend on the way to the weekend, you might remember, I painted the rims on this Scania.

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Clear everything. Bag, bottles and off to the car.

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Friday. My truck is in the workshop, I get new things. Now back home, and tomorrow I am booked again to paint the rims.

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Saturday. Today rims and wheel hubs were painted again. Again in classic blue and white.

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What do you say?


So in the evening I got my truck back from the workshop.
Which is an advantage here in the workshop that my key is kept in a night safe.
So I can pick up my truck at night and I am not bound by the opening hours.

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Why was my truck in the workshop?
I got the turn assistant installed. And my 5th Wheel was set further back (for the hose holder).

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See ya Nect Week

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Re: My Life as a Trucker

#583 Post by JUseeTV » 26 Jul 2020 18:35

Nice safety addition to your truck! Looks far better than the corner eye. Can't wait for the hose holder
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Re: My Life as a Trucker

#584 Post by Stocki » 15 Aug 2020 18:46

Thanks @JUseeTV for your Support.


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Many new Stuff is Coming

Load in Karsbach at a recycling company. It's a short detour, as many tours are currently being canceled.

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So when I arrived at the customer in Nuremberg, I have to wait until 7 a.m. for the wheel loader driver to come.
But at least be the first here, then the rest of the day will be very relaxed.

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45 minutes break, which is used to go for a walk and of course to take photos. :mrgreen:

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So finally the time has come, my grill goes to the painter. During this time, I'll build in my colleague's grill because he's on vacation anyway.

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Today I went to a Spedition to look at a Scania V8 side panel and possibly buy it. By chance I met a friend there again.
His truck is a stunner. :shock:

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I bought the side panel.
How so? You will see that here soon. So check back often.

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This is such a quick lunch for me. A quick 5 minute terrine.

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This is one of my friend's trucks with the Scania 3 axles. Also a feast for the eyes.

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Today I put the grill back on my colleague's truck, who has now also brought around his 14-day vacation.
Do you know what that means?

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My grill is back from the painter. I'm so speechless, it just looks so awesome. And again,
I've come a step further to drive my dream truck.

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The next day, of course, caught the right weather. But no matter what the weather is, nobody can spoil my good mood.

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After work at home. More changes are planned for the weekend. I hope the weather fits.

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The weather was perfect. So:

- Painted steps.
- Wheel arch extension painted
- Steps painted in the side panel.

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I hope you like the new design as much as I do, there will be more changes. As is well known, the journey is the goal. And you're never finished anyway.


All stay safe and sound. And as a friend who unfortunately passed away recently said:

Stay strong. (1975-2020) :(
My Life as a Trucker
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Re: My Life as a Trucker

#585 Post by FAres » 15 Aug 2020 19:21

My sincere condolences for your friend ,may his soul rest in peace.

Your DAF XF is really the best looking XF 106 I've seen, are you going to modify the Scania sideskirts to fit the DAF ?

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#586 Post by JUseeTV » 15 Aug 2020 20:29

My condolences to you and your friend's family😔
The painted grill has a great impact, makes it looking perfect!
And can't wait what will happen with the sideskirts
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#587 Post by Arnook » 16 Aug 2020 11:42

Stay strong indeed, RIP

The black grille makes such a big difference ! It looks awesome, and so do the black details !

Next steps will probably include the headlights & skylights frames as well as the chrome "wave" on the sideskirt ?

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