Custom paint, 7″ chino hay hauler stacks with Pickett elbows,550 CAT 18spd, Double rounds with JJ brackets, stainless steps, stainless belly pans, Half fenders, Rockwood everything inside, Low Rider wide ride seats, Grant steering wheel, Chopped air cleaners,Bow tie visor,5 10″ subs, ect…..
ITS A COMPANY TRUCK THAT IM VERY PROUD TO BE BEHIND THE WHEEL OF EVERYDAY. IVE ADDED CHROME LUG COVERS, AXLE CAPS,RED LED INTERIOR LIGHTS, IVE ALSO ADDED A “COMPANY RIDE…DRIVIN WITH PRIDE” DECAL ASWELL. ID LIKE OTHER COMPANY DRIVERS TO HAVE PRIDE IN HIS RIDE.THANXS
I love showing up in the morning and the covered parking is just full of nice trucks!
I love hanging out at the truck wash! I always meet the most interesting people walking about taking pictures. I get a few strange looks but southern hospitality is alive and well out here in the west. This imperfectly perfect picture was taken while I was sitting out having lunch with a new friend named John from South Carolina. I was explaining my continued frustration of trying to take pictures of trucks. A wide angle lens will only do so much when another truck is in my way. I’m always trying to get the best shot I continued to convey to John. I was then stopped mid sentence by John to say “Just take the Damn pictures”.
I often contemplate leaving Phoenix after the 14th day of a 110+ degree plus June or July. I fantasize about the high mountains of Colorado and mild days and chilled evenings. The fantasy is that I would ever choose to move back to the bone chilling cold to be afforded a mild but unfortunately short summer. This is why I’m envious of the mavericks of the road. On any given week or day the professional driver could see and feel the best and worst of the nations wealth of climates. I’m dropping a couple hints including a Phoenix weather report for the next few days and an informational video!
I don’t know if “Joe Blow Public” appreciates the professional driver. The transportation sector is the linchpin of every large project going on in this country. This Crane is the largest portable crane in the world. It is at the chandler Intel plant and can be seen off the I10 and Queen Creek road. It is transported in over 120 shipping containers. The containers are filled with rocks and used as the counter weight for the crane. The crane is used to lift huge trusses into place. The trusses are assembled off location and require a heavy load and police escort. How many jobs are created everyday because Arizona can receive materials from California?
P.S. The building it is standing next to is 80 Feet tall.