Happy!! Happy!! Happy!


B00Mer
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2006 387 Peterbilt, C15

Start driving it Monday!! Whoohoo!!

$22,000





I was driving a truck for 40% of the trucks net earnings.. about $800 to $850 per week

Now I'm getting 100%

My long term goal is to have 3 trucks running by 2015.. gotta love Texas!!! I know I do..
 
spaminator
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#2



remember goliath?


 
B00Mer
#3
Thanks
 
taxslave
#4
Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

2006 387 Peterbilt, C15

Start driving it Monday!! Whoohoo!!

$22,000





I was driving a truck for 40% of the trucks net earnings.. about $800 to $850 per week

Now I'm getting 100%

My long term goal is to have 3 trucks running by 2015.. gotta love Texas!!! I know I do..

Isn't 06 getting a little long in the tooth for an over the road truck? Must be over a million K by now.
 
petros
#5
Why to go B00Mski
 
Retired_Can_Soldier
+2
#6
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslaveView Post

Isn't 06 getting a little long in the tooth for an over the road truck? Must be over a million K by now.

Not really, the rig might have already been rebuilt or had its bearings rolled. There's lots of 06's out there. The biggest issue is wiring.

A million K is nothing. That's only 600,000 miles
 
B00Mer
+1
#7
Quote: Originally Posted by Retired_Can_SoldierView Post

Not really, the rig might have already been rebuilt or had its bearings rolled. There's lots of 06's out there. The biggest issue is wiring.

A million K is nothing. That's only 600,000 miles

Even a Million Miles is nothing.. you have an inFrame done..

This is the USA 2006 is not long in the tooth, there are plenty of much older trucks on the road down here..

A CAT engine with a inFrame (rebuilt) easily 2 million miles.. C15 is a tough engine and it's a southern truck.. no real corrosion to be worried about. California to Texas, Arkansas and Tennessee.

Most of the southern states don't salt or sand.. after an ice storm it's "if God put it there, he can take it away."

Anyhow, I'm just sitting here are Frito Lay in Irving, Texas waiting on a load going to Midland, Texas.. light load and easy.. potato chips.

Still a few more days running the 2007 Freightliner, before I jump into my Peterbilt Monday. Just gave it a bath that day in Casa Blanca, Arizona at the Blue Beacon.

Last edited by B00Mer; Dec 12th, 2013 at 01:38 PM..
 
petros
#8
Bud the Spud
 
B00Mer
#9
Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

Bud the Spud

Oh no, you can call me... Mr. Money.

This is my wallpaper on my iPhone.. a Tsunami of money...



My goal is 10 million a year.

www.i45trans.com I45 is the main corridor between Dallas and Houston, TX
 
petros
#10
Good luck!
 
spaminator
#11
Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

Oh no, you can call me... Mr. Money.

This is my wallpaper on my iPhone.. a Tsunami of money...



My goal is 10 million a year.

www.i45trans.com I45 is the main corridor between Dallas and Houston, TX

I hope that you will use some of the money to fund upgrading the board software.
 
B00Mer
#12
Quote: Originally Posted by spaminatorView Post

I hope that you will use some of the money to fund upgrading the board software.

What's this?? What's going on...??

Redoing the web forum??

BTW, now I-45 Transportation - Texas is working now
 
Sal
#13
kinda big for the family ride ain't it Boom?

congrats I can tell it makes ya happy...enjoy.
 
B00Mer
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#14
I'll donate my Build An Awesome Community with IPS Community Suite license for a new forum

Quote: Originally Posted by SalView Post

kinda big for the family ride ain't it Boom?

congrats I can tell it makes ya happy...enjoy.

Well yeah!!

My goal is to have several trucks running locally between Dallas, TX and Houston, TX running up and down Interstate 45. Hence I45trans.com

Local pays better than long haul..

Trucks down here are cheap, cheap, cheap... compare to up there..

http://www.truckpaper.com/list/list....lr=1&bcatid=27
 
Sal
#15
Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

I'll donate my Build An Awesome Community with IPS Community Suite license for a new forum



Well yeah!!

My goal is to have several trucks running locally between Dallas, TX and Houston, TX running up and down Interstate 45. Hence I45trans.com

Local pays better than long haul..

Trucks down here are cheap, cheap, cheap... compare to up there..

http://www.truckpaper.com/list/list....lr=1&bcatid=27

awesome, I hope it works out for ya bud.
 

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