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Whileys sweeping. Big street sweeping company in central and south jersey...

If it was a government truck is was probably natural gas. They catch fire all the time.

This one was around the corner from me.
 


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Someone was talking about a dumpster fire and these guys said "hold my beer".
 

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Whileys sweeping. Big street sweeping company in central and south jersey...

If it was a government truck is was probably natural gas. They catch fire all the time.

This one was around the corner from me.
Nope, Diesel. We don't run any propane trucks. The only thing we have that's propane are forklifts.

That was a 2012 Freightliner with a Mercedes engine in the truck and a John Deere pony motor.
 

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Then I blame the john deere....
 

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I could have sworn that looked like a CNG Crosswind... the box behind where the cab used to be is usually a dead giveaway since it takes a HORRENDOUS AMOUNT OF SPACE to hold a reasonable amount of CNG, usually 4 cab width length tanks stacked there and I don't think they last a full shift... I was actually hoping it wasn't CNG since the pony engine would have likely been from my work... but I think 99% of the CNG trucks go to California since they still give tax brakes for that kinda thing...

Anywho, there's a ~7k pound tractor on a 2500lb trailer hooked up to my F350 right now, that's what it was bought for and it does it's job well unless you go over a mountain pass but I'm hoping the new fan clutch I bought will help with that.
 

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The only thing that Chrysler could make that wouldn't suck is a vacuum cleaner...

although I gotta say I do like their Charger/ Challenger/ LX series cars, but the reliability is for crap. I could probably overlook that reliability if Chrysler would drop a Hellcat Charger in my driveway tho

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Yea but it's still a Chrysler so the frame will end up bursting into flames...
Everything on a Chrysler burns...
The problem is that they are so big, so that is a limiting factor.

Old Duragos are body on frame. I have no idea on the new ones. Cargo storage is terrible in the old ones from what I remember. Bigger than my gen1 CR-V but still had the same cargo room. I guess they needed the extra space for the longitudinal engines. Lastly, it's a Chrysler product that has a horrible reputation when it comes to transmissions and axles. Might as well get a Jeep if you are going to voluntarily deal with and pay for that built in liability.
It was probably tryng to sweep up the remnants of a blown 2.9 that someone abandon on the road.
:icon_rofl::icon_rofl::icon_rofl:
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Was that one of whileys trucks?
I tried to stay out of this thread. But oh no. Ya'll f*ckin' baited me.

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I tried to stay out of this thread. But oh no. Ya'll f*ckin' baited me.

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:yahoo: It’s not my fault this time!! :yahoo:


I had to go back and double check I didn’t say anything to insult a 2.9L, Chrysler, or anything else you like.
 

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You guys are constantly insulting my lifestyle choices and I never get mad... :c-n:
 

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I tried to stay out of this thread. But oh no. Ya'll f*ckin' baited me.

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Do you need a safe space?

Do you need a hug and a tissue?
 
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