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Wee Willy

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Re: The Cans of Toronto
« Reply #375 on: October 09, 2018, 03:01:16 AM »
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Let me know if it can extend to 45' or shorten to 20'.

I see coiled air lines hanging under the lead, a regular B train lead wouldn't have that, and the pup's 5th wheel seems a long way back from the centre of the tridem.

The more I stare the odder it looks.
It's either extendable or the wheels slide, which I haven't seen before.
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Re: The Cans of Toronto
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Re: The Cans of Toronto
« Reply #376 on: October 09, 2018, 05:24:13 PM »
Based on the Max Atlas website, the chassis equipment only allows the fifth wheel to be extended.

The coiled air lines are a common feature among all extendable chassis. Ones that arenít are fixed accordingly to the frame.

Itís an extendable, the dolly frame is fixed. The interesting thing is that itís air suspension, which is an uncommon feature for container chassises.

Should we be expecting quadrupled 20s soon???  ::) I would really want to see that!

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Re: The Cans of Toronto
« Reply #377 on: October 11, 2018, 10:32:41 AM »
Really great B Train. The Capital Intermodal 20 is also rare -- the small logo in the corner has never been spotted on a dry van! Only large, centered logo as below


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