20743Re: [z_scale] Photo of New Semi-Truck on Homepage
- Mar 1, 2004Hello again, Don,
Let's see... the left photo is of the truck... the right photo is of
an old time watchman's tower and Model T. Now I get it!
I made both photos into active links a few minutes ago.
The Semi Tractor has another new link to some more photos
so that each page will load faster.
49K tractors and trailers?! I sure hope so. I could do it but
I will need to hear from a lot more folks before that happens.
Most trucking companies had 50 to 100 tractors and about 150
to 200 trailers to be of any significance, so I guess that's your
goal. I'm still trying to figure out what your references to 15K to 25K
"records" is all about.
Just scratching my head and thankful for your humor!
On Monday, March 1, 2004, at 12:33 PM, d.f.avila@... wrote:
> ...well less than 50,000��� I don't think the old Yellow Transit or
> Consolidated Freightways had that many units, and the section if the
> tire company where I worked a long time ago kept track of ALL the
> tires ALL the time.� Interesting problem when tires are all over North
> America and records coming in at different times from different
> places.� For computer purposes you can not apply a tire unless the
> record shows an empty axle.� Lots of theft and "fires".� Lots of "fun"
> when you get about 15,000 to 25,000 records per WEEK.� Purpose was to
> keep track of tires under test in the real world.� Tire logistics
> problem is basically the same as keeping track of rail cars scattered
> all over the place.
> Anyway less than 50,000 but more than 1 assuming pricing is similar to
> other Micronart items I have purchased.� ...course if you throw in a
> few Xmas gifts...
> Thanks for the wheel info.� I discovered it hidden behine the main
> truck photo.� Nothing happens on the right photo and I assumed,
> wrongly, the left photo was the same.� As usual, stupid computer does
> what you ask, not what you want.
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