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With all the work being created in the Trump economy we put our website back up, you might find some pics. you like, sorry only couple Mack pics. but it's the loads moving that should be of interest. use if you want. Thanks and enjoy.    

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Great pictures. You definitely move some big freight. 

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Great pictures ! Got any more? I noticed dates were 07, 08, 09. Are you still in this business?

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Sold out when Obama got elected, started Wild Aviation and then got serious when Trump got elected,  headed to Boston (Everett) with 15'' 6" tall 13'8" wide  scrubber end of week,  gonna go see Rod at Donovan  Spring and get new springs for CH,  Big Moe in the South is not bad, but they are not Donovan.  We are now part of Guy M Turner in Greensboro NC, but still do a lot of our own work, best of both worlds,  I'm 61 now and don't plan on getting too crazy but enough, just finished onsite power plant job but no pics. lead contractor rules, super secret stuff ??  turbine power unit running on gas,  rules are rules, got more pics. just started loading website. got a little video of us in Juarez MX, see if we can load it.  

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Just a tidbit, the stack liners are 38' dia. and 50' tall sitting on the trailer, trailer is a Talbert 250 ton rated with 32 tire trunion axles, 3 inch thick flanges, never found a load to take arch out of it,  Paystar has 50 ton hyd lift fifth wheel and trailer has 2 50 ton lift cylinders mounted on each side in the back, able to load like a platform trailer.  we have had deck of trailer 5' in the air  by lifting and blocking, I think we got pics of that. 

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like them old KWs, you guys get all the cool stuff  

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David

gudday m8

the 1st Kenworths imported into Australia (circa 1961) were KW S model with 90" BBC

we had very strict length laws way back when

I set up a Web Site just for the KW S models

http://www.kws900.com/

cya

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I've been to several Guy M. Turner job sites over the years.

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We butted heads for a long time now we work together, makes for some strange conversations, get the inside info to what they were thinking at the time.

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