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Blk88GT

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Posted: 07/12/18 06:24am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I thought we'd be stopping for sure. This greatly simplifies things!

Thank you for the quick replies!

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Never stopped at another OPEN one again
(if closed I have been known to swing thru and get a quick read on weight scale.....can see readout when left on)

Hmmm, now there is an idea.

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Oregon is a great place to get a quick read on your current weights. They have numerous scales that are unattended and left on so that the loggers can check their weights. They are great tools for monitoring how much you've squirreled away and now need to thin out.
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Posted: 07/12/18 04:50pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Kavoom wrote:

Never stopped at another OPEN one again
(if closed I have been known to swing thru and get a quick read on weight scale.....can see readout when left on)

Hmmm, now there is an idea.


I've done that numerous times. Enough that it annoys the wife. Especially when I get out, and weigh unhooked, hooked but no bars and fully hooked up.

But never when they are open. Also won't if I see a commercial truck using it.


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