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Old 10-24-2009
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Awesome International

I was up north the other day and came across this...
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Where did you go up north? Like AB or Sask?
Alot of companies use to to cross the muskeg up there.

Its badass for sure
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We have a lot of those here in Northern Sask. for oil rigging.
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Hah! I designed that truck! or at least one similar for that company. They leave Terex with a normal set of tires then they are converted To those tires. The Chassis is an international 7300, and It is a Terex XT55 mounted backwards. Usually they have chipper boxes so the basket is over the cab.

Edit: upon further review that is an older truck, I designed one in 2008 for them and that rear step to basket is very unsafe and not something I would have put on a truck So it is not mine, I bet it is what the order was written off of, cause it looks very similar.

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they got around here too, i always said i wanted to drive one.
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Where did you go up north? Like AB or Sask?
Alot of companies use to to cross the muskeg up there.

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No it was in Bad Axe, Mi.
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damn! i work for my local power company in the right of way dept.(tree trimming) and man we could use those most of the time! i drive almost the exact truck minus the lift and tires! badass!!
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That is an awesome truck. Ive actually been past the place that makes these trucks. Is a little south of Lynchburg, VA along 460
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around here those things are a dime a dozen...especially with a lime bed...

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The local power company around here has a few of those...
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yeah very sweet truck, farmers around here use that kinda setup to spread chiken manure or lime or whatever else they can thimk of. plus electric companies use them here some, casue alot of our powerlines are very hard to get to. western KY, is pretty swampy and hilly so that is a perfect setup for them to use.
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That is an awesome truck. Ive actually been past the place that makes these trucks. Is a little south of Lynchburg, VA along 460
Haha been there as well.
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