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    Logus big Imaculate Kenworth and Byrnes Tippers seen here looking the Goods in Traralgon in 2011

    peterman379, André Varela, and 7 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. rbglasson 38 months ago | reply

      This brilliant photo is awarded a Nikon-flickr-Award!

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    2. Rodney S300 38 months ago | reply

      Top one Craig.

    3. secret squirrel6 38 months ago | reply

      Thanks RB-Glasson and thanks Rodney Yeah very nice cabover this one mate I have been chasing him for a while LOL thanks Rodney and RBGlasson

    4. C501 [deleted] 38 months ago | reply

      3 axle dog usually has the bogie at the back doesnt it!? haha. Hes hooked it on backwards!

    5. BORZOPICS [deleted] 38 months ago | reply

      I was thinking same thing Matt. Looks awesome though, well done Craig.

    6. HIGHWAYMAN620 38 months ago | reply

      The trailer is jacked up with the 2 back tyres taken off it is a quad dog

    7. secret squirrel6 38 months ago | reply

      Thanks Matt=Yeah mate nah they were working on the Back Axle mate=Thanks Nick Yeah nice rig this one I have been wanting a good shot of this truck for a while=Thanks Styuart=Yeah thanks for that Stuart yeah thay were working on the truck I should have explained that a bit better thanks for help their Stuart=Nick=Matt

    8. C501 [deleted] 38 months ago | reply

      Yeah, was trying to be funny Craig, hence the "haha" in my first comment. Backfired on me. Looks eerily similar to one I got photos of in 2001, owned by Newmans. Identical except the numberplate.

    9. secret squirrel6 38 months ago | reply

      Thanks Matt=hahahhah Yeah I know mate that happens to me all the time No one Understands My Humour either very Frustrating that Oh well I reckon Im funny thats main thing hahahaha=Well I think Newmans did own this truck I am hoping Brahmy might help me out there and Im sure this is the rig that had Trucking with Tim painted on him so Im guessing has just been sold but I will wait for Brahmy to help me out there thanks Matt I think you are funny mate LOL

    10. C501 [deleted] 38 months ago | reply

      Just posted mine Craig, see what you reckon. Has to be!

    11. secret squirrel6 38 months ago | reply

      Thanks Matt sweet coming over now Matt

    12. clarkehighwheeler 37 months ago | reply

      Definitely was bones's / Newmans of denison - big and tough but too heavy

    13. secret squirrel6 37 months ago | reply

      Thanks Clarke-Lin=Aaaagh Right so when you say too heavy is that Overall or just too heavy for what he needed ? thanks Clarke-Lin

    14. clarkehighwheeler 37 months ago | reply

      Tare weight ol' mate - a tonne heavier than other similar rigs . It was just speced with the biggest gear available at the time - 620 hp cummins and Burns trailers with aluminium hanging off everywhere . I must say it handled like a wallowing whale - really needed another dog trailer behind it - I thought it was terrible to drive on the Princes Hwy up near Orbost / Cann River . Yet the Aerodyne 19 mtr B-double I drove for Rodneys out of Wagga was one of the best rigs I drove . Cheers Craig , Clarke .

    15. secret squirrel6 37 months ago | reply

      Thanks Clarke-Lin=Aaaaaagh Right mate by gee sounds like a real beast of a rig to Drive would never have know all that Yeah I knew a Bloke who used to drive for Rodneys and he said his was a good feeling truck on the Road felt like it sat down real nice thanks for great Info Clarke-Lin

    16. HIGHWAYMAN620 37 months ago | reply

      Put 3 trailers behind it and it would pull better

    17. secret squirrel6 37 months ago | reply

      Thanks Stuart Yeah sounds like that would be the go mate settle the big boy down

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