September 6, 2012
The handsome tractor and shiny tank trailer in this photo are more than they seem. Instead of the typical 75,000- to 80,000-pound, five-axle rig you'd find in many areas of the country, this one weighs 102,000 pounds.
Tags: Tankers, Trailers
Author: Tom Berg | Posted @ Thursday, September 6, 2012 12:00 AM | » Comments(1)
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