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I don't think that one is passing a DOT

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🤮 if your going to customize your semi make it look nice, not like you got s**tfaced drunk and attacked your semi with a scrap pile, torch, welder, and walmart black paint. 

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4 minutes ago, Rick G. said:

It looks like it’s from the movie MAD MAX BEYOND THUNDERDOME. 

Was gonna say it looked like a reject from mad max.... 

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10 minutes ago, dale560 said:

Aren’t front fenders required?

Brains are also required but from my observation some of what’s hearding trucks down I-80 these days are missing them too. 

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2 hours ago, lorenzo said:

Brains are also required but from my observation some of what’s hearding trucks down I-80 these days are missing them too. 

Well said. That is one of my least favorite jobs driving truck. Anything over an hour and I hate the trip.

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That truck is actually dot legal he runs it all over the USA yes it is a dot magnet but that I know of I’ve never heard of him not passing an inspection no it’s not my cup of tea either he’s on several face book groups 

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1 hour ago, 4x4ford said:

That truck is actually dot legal he runs it all over the USA yes it is a dot magnet but that I know of I’ve never heard of him not passing an inspection no it’s not my cup of tea either he’s on several face book groups 

How does he get past the fender regulations? The front tires clearly do not meet the the guide lines set in my state 

"Medium and heavy duty trucks require fenders and must extend to edge of the tire, flares have a maximum width limit of 3 inches."

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8 minutes ago, jeeper61 said:

How does he get past the fender regulations? The front tires clearly do not meet the the guide lines set in my state 

"Medium and heavy duty trucks require fenders and must extend to edge of the tire, flares have a maximum width limit of 3 inches."

I know the fender thing would get you here.

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