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Discussion in 'Ice Management' started by Mark Oomkes, Apr 16, 2019.
Isn't there always?
You'll have to watch the TubeYou video.
The way I understand the law in most states your plate needs to be visible. If your spinner covers your plate that is the issue. As mentioned by others simply relocating your plate with a light should be more than sufficient.
I wish I had read this sooner - I've been having to remove the spinner chain and unbolt the chute every time I left.
You guys need to use your heads more... Hello! Just slide the spreader over...
Genious, why didn't I think of that?
If you tie it down right it thinks of it all on its own. Very interactive design...
I know what happens if the straps used are too small...might even have a picture of it. I know Defcon does.
Maybe he uses small straps to hold his spinner on so he can remove it easily between sites???
Well thats just stupid, I cant see his right turn signal.
But can you see the licence plate now..?
And there's room on the driver side for your shovel so you don't have to walk around to the other side to get it...
And if he had a flatbed he could put dual v boxes on the truck!!!
I just tell the officer it must have fallen off, it works everytime.
He must have a small skidsteer and it wont reach to load it in the middle.
That pen there reflecting off the window, would drive me bananas!
The dash is pretty clean compared to a few pics that have been posted.