Sunday, September 20, 2015

Road Trip report finale - more multi-axles

To wrap up my August road trip report,  I will end it with a some more multi-axle trucks found at Simard Suspenionas in Baie-St-Paul, QC.
Yellow was the predominant colour one day when I spotted this pair.

This Freightliner 122 set back already has a Simard second steering axle added but not connected. These narrow integral mini-sleepers seems to be more common now and are popular with specialized carriers.Note the quad air horns.

 A Pete, also with quad air horns, and equipped with a pair of drop axles, and a wide stance front axle was also waiting for work. It was driven from the Pete factory in Texas.

A very odd coloured Mack also had its second steering axle in place, but not engaged. Its two tone pastel scheme must be unique.

Twin Freightliner 114 dump trucks in the fleet of Fernand Harvey et Fils Inc of Clermont, QC, are still looking good after two years' service. They have midships lift axles for heavy loads.

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