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From North To South – No Need For Skirt Laws

I’ve been sitting home for so long CARB started sending me love letters asking me to wear skirts on my trailer. Not sure what is going on with those gals but they seemed to be clueless on how to really put them on sliding spread – but what do you expect from people who brought you aerodynamic laws in state with 55 mph speed limit and traffic so heavy there is serious concern… that rolling car tires picking up road grim and send it airborne creating more smog than their engines. Perhaps mudflaps need to be regulated soon. Anyway, I got loaded and before even left California got to see this impossibly clean Peterbilt from South Dakota – they don’t get much sun exposure up north – I think thats why tend to stay on conservative side of life. If you look at the extra lights and chrome – everything is so perfectly thought out and measured and calculated it looks like work of life. Looks so good, even Denton could learn a lesson or two. Then I went up north and met hot, Southern Ride – sunny Florida based Kenworth  and it wasn’t perfect – bad it was, full of bruises and crazy, unseen ideas instead. Like that cover for spare tire or trailer Texas bumper. Or “Spread-Um-Wide” motto supporting proper hmm, axle position.
These two, completely different in taste and style yet great trucks just give you some idea about how dedicated and knowledgeable their owners must be when it comes to trucks yet they didn’t feel the need for skirts despite the fact they travel at much higher speeds than mere 55 and pay the fuel bills too. Still, CARB knows better – those girls know garment.

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4 Responses

  1. Caleb knob

    I wonder what difference these guys have in fuel mileage versus a trailer with skirts ?

    February 2, 2013 at 11:10 am

    • Polska Jazda

      It’s pretty sure that they save some fuel, but they also cost a lot for what they are (most of them are made like crap) and worst of all – they don’t last too long, so part of whatever money they save needs to be spend on them again after while. And with high side winds like we have in WY they help you roll over

      February 14, 2013 at 7:54 am

  2. uptownkid

    Something about that blue that just says” Classy”

    February 7, 2013 at 10:00 am

    • Polska Jazda

      Sure it is, you start changing original Peterbilt look and “classy” fades away real quick. It’s just this good design I guess

      February 14, 2013 at 7:48 am

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