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1989 R Model

Okay- Denis Yaworski's RD 800 out of the barn! Ready for an Alan Diaz lettering job.

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Not a CT truck, but last year I was up in Patterson NJ at one of my customers (he was renting space from Otilleo) Otilleo an sons has a very low mi early 70's DM 800 with a 380 Cummins the truck is called "Black Beauty" and she is!! I think it's the only one he has left

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Is that the back end of a really big lo-bed I see in front of those LJ's? Man I'd love to find one to put behind my B-815! Then I'd love to have the cash for tires, brakes, paint, insurance, FET...some day...right after college x 4.

I would say that is the back end of a Rogers Wobble Wheel trailer.

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I remember Roncari had several B-61 single axle tractors that hauled material out of the East Granby Quarry (Now Tilcon), Not sure if they had R models or DM's. I know they went cheap towards the end with ford L model dumps. :bulldog3:

A guy I know has the last B61X tractor they ran!It was fully rebuilt and hasn't been ran on the road since,needs a resto but the driveline and frame a great.They had many B's,can't believe there's no pics of them around.

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Terzian DMM

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DMM's seem very popular in CT for some reason,most of the ones i've seen are up there,or tranplanted to FL....................................................................Mark

Mack Truck literate. Computer illiterate.

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DMM's seem very popular in CT for some reason,most of the ones i've seen are up there,or tranplanted to FL....................................................................Mark

In CT triaxles can gross out at 73,000lbs with a construction material and at 67,400lbs without and with a permit 76,500lbs for construction materials but if you have a quadaxle or a double steering axle truck you are good for 80,000lbs

Which above worked perfect for Terzian since he hauls a lot of stone out of North Branford Tilcon to his yard which is south of exit 42 on I-95 and anytruck past exit 42 cant use overweight permits

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In CT triaxles can gross out at 73,000lbs with a construction material and at 67,400lbs without and with a permit 76,500lbs for construction materials but if you have a quadaxle or a double steering axle truck you are good for 80,000lbs

That makes sense,wondered why i always saw so many,i used to see a lot of the HI-HO D'addario DMM's when i passed through.............................................Mark

Mack Truck literate. Computer illiterate.

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