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Old 05-02-2011, 07:53 PM
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Without seeing inside, I am guessing it is a double stacker.
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You guys really think the trailer knocked it over? Say the trailer does blow over and lands on it's side...you really think there's enough torque being developed at the hitch interface to turn the truck over?
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Old 05-02-2011, 07:58 PM
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Yike, i hope everyone is OK.
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Sure hope everyone was alright...with that high profile of truck and trailer wind could definitely blow it over... I've seen my share of semi's and trailers flipped on their sides due to high wind catching them at the wrong moment... Sad way to end the weekend...Best wishes to everyone involved...
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Everyone's safe. Two vehicles inside were double stacked.
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Old 05-02-2011, 09:30 PM
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You guys really think the trailer knocked it over? Say the trailer does blow over and lands on it's side...you really think there's enough torque being developed at the hitch interface to turn the truck over?
Yep
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Everyone's safe. Two vehicles inside were double stacked.
Glad to hear that everyone was okay... I only remember about 6-7 cars around and I can only think of two without a known ride (The black VT and SAFA's Murci)
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with that trailer hooked to it, I would say WIND

Sat morning was so windy and had large gusts up to 60mph
I agree w/ you Speedy..... Sat morning about 2am the wind's were 50mph +.... I left at 445am sat morning to get across that desert early.... I saw that truck all weekend at the Nautical Inn.... I'm so sorry to hear that....

so happy to hear they are ok.....!! that wind was really bad.....

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