My day job

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My day job

Postby hamboy » Sat Nov 02, 2013 5:27 pm

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Re: My day job

Postby loppee » Sun Nov 03, 2013 7:06 am

Nice day job bro.
Cheers Woody.

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Re: My day job

Postby kbushnz » Sun Nov 03, 2013 8:57 am

Fark ! you get close to the edges...... 8)
Cheers Calvin
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Re: My day job

Postby KIWI_TERRANO » Sun Nov 03, 2013 9:29 am

Fark bro that's awesome, when can I start haha

Where about are you hualing out of

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Re: My day job

Postby basics » Sun Nov 03, 2013 3:46 pm

8)
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Re: My day job

Postby coop » Mon Nov 04, 2013 12:50 am

Nice day job. Still feel for you having to drive one of those heaps of shit everyday.
Looking at your camera, made me think of this... I reckon every truck driver should have one of these in the cab.
I used to drive a Hino 700 with quad axle semi around the Coromandel Whitianga/Whangamata/Waihi and used to stick a camera on the dash to cover my own arse around some of the hills and corners. These are a better bet.

http://www.onsitecameras.com/blog/produ ... utocam-hd/

If you get board of NZ logging jump on a plane and head over WA. I'm working with these, 170 tonne, drivers start mid $30/hr plus meal/flight/accommodation allowances etc. Companies are screaming out for drivers. Plus, you get to drive a real truck :mrgreen: The Jap crap couldn't handle one trailer let alone four.


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Re: My day job

Postby hamboy » Tue Nov 05, 2013 6:53 pm

kbushnz wrote:Fark ! you get close to the edges...... 8)

Yeah mate, pleanty of room :lol:

KIWI_TERRANO wrote:Fark bro that's awesome, when can I start haha

Where about are you hualing out of

Mt Rieley, just north of Blenheim

coop wrote:Nice day job. Still feel for you having to drive one of those heaps of shit everyday.
Looking at your camera, made me think of this... I reckon every truck driver should have one of these in the cab.
I used to drive a Hino 700 with quad axle semi around the Coromandel Whitianga/Whangamata/Waihi and used to stick a camera on the dash to cover my own arse around some of the hills and corners. These are a better bet.

http://www.onsitecameras.com/blog/produ ... utocam-hd/

If you get board of NZ logging jump on a plane and head over WA. I'm working with these, 170 tonne, drivers start mid $30/hr plus meal/flight/accommodation allowances etc. Companies are screaming out for drivers. Plus, you get to drive a real truck :mrgreen: The Jap crap couldn't handle one trailer let alone four.


The camera was just me holding my iphone :lol: :lol: Im looking at getting a proper dashcam soon if the company doesn't. Im happy as logging, those things have to many trailers for me :lol: :lol:. Besides I like my Hino

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Re: My day job

Postby reddog40 » Tue Nov 05, 2013 7:21 pm

How long does it take you top get down that hill?

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Re: My day job

Postby imsohi » Tue Nov 05, 2013 7:35 pm

Haha Holmes goat track, it looks alot bigger when you going up in a hilux :lol:

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Re: My day job

Postby hamboy » Tue Nov 05, 2013 9:06 pm

reddog40 wrote:How long does it take you top get down that hill?

About 25 minutes. Its 3km from the skid to the gate

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