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    Cool Question of the DAY: WHAT ARE YOU DRIVING?

    Just curious of what truck models you run everyday. So I would start with, I drive a white tractor truck Volvo - FH12, 1999 model, with manual transmission.

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    What about you?

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    Im driving with my Peterbilt Model 587 for years. What was advertised as being fuel efficient and environmentally friendly is infact true.

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    If your thinking of buying a truck, you may want to consider the Peterbilts.. http://www.peterbilt.com/showroom.aspx

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    Well..well..well.. Howdy? here's a peek of my 2000 MACK R686 with CamelBack Suspension.

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    I drove my Brockway truck model 360 TL back then. For shorter trips, my GMC Canyon takes me anywhere!

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    You're truck is cool! I'm driving 2004 Volvo VNM84T200 and I always using it in towing and hauling!

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    Here's the information about my truck.

    Axle : Tandem

    Color: BLUE

    Drive : 8x4

    Front axles lbs : 13200

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnburnett36 View Post
    You're truck is cool! I'm driving 2004 Volvo VNM84T200 and I always using it in towing and hauling!

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    Here's the information about my truck.

    Axle : Tandem

    Color: BLUE

    Drive : 8x4

    Front axles lbs : 13200
    That's awesome. To me it looks like a metallic blue color which is pretty cool to the eyes although 25 percent of Volvo Cars’ models are black. It's just a clear trend in the truck industry, right?
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    @monding nice truck..
    @johnburnett36 nice truck bud...nice blog too.. keep them coming..

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    this is my baby,Click image for larger version. 

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    Cool! Where is this cooper?
    www.TruckingComfort.com
    A Variety of Trucking and Traveling Items

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hapon A-z View Post
    Cool! Where is this cooper?
    just east of calgary alberta.

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