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Wonder if the Cracker Box has full Air Ride.

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don`t think either unit is air ride

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very nice set up!!    👍👍 terry:MackLogo:

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for many many years Allied van lines had a "crackerbox" and trailer on the roof of the storage facility on Rt#130 in Millstone NJ. 

i was down there a few months ago and it is finally gone. the facility is now a storage yard for a boat transporter.

 

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7 hours ago, tjc transport said:

That was on Route 33 and Millstone Rd.  It was there for a long time.  Would have been interesting to see how it got up there.  

"for many many years Allied van lines had a "crackerbox" and trailer on the roof of the storage facility on Rt#130 in Millstone NJ. 

i was down there a few months ago and it is finally gone. the facility is now a storage yard for a boat transporter."

 

 

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8 hours ago, tjc transport said:

for many many years Allied van lines had a "crackerbox" and trailer on the roof of the storage facility on Rt#130 in Millstone NJ. 

i was down there a few months ago and it is finally gone. the facility is now a storage yard for a boat transporter.

 

You'd have to have a good strong roof to hold that!!

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18 hours ago, 41chevy said:

Wonder if the Cracker Box has full Air Ride.

Those air ride versions sat lower, or seemed to have a different stance compared to std.  My guess is from the front suspension geometry.

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23 minutes ago, GOOG said:

 

yes you are correct. 33 just east of Millstone Rd next to the Millstone deli. 

was there for at least 40 years.. i first saw it in 1975. 

i do know it was just a shell, no engine, trans, or guts in the axles.

it also sat on a steel "I" beam frame to distribute the weight load. 

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