Ron is haulin the Hauler to Goodguys in Indianapolis this weekend . We wish Ron all the best in Indy this weekend . Here is a quick video Clip of the Hauler being loaded up for the Trip. Don’t forget to call Kevin to order up any parts for those winter projects… If you don’t have a car to go to college or for road trips there are very good used cars for grads at very comfortable prices, just take a look on Autozin, all vehicles for sale at their used car dealership.
A car hauler is a guy expected to put anywhere between 6 and 12 motor vehicles in a box 75 feet long and 13 and a half feet high. The box is about 3 times the size of a normal house garage, the sides of which the average motorist finds himself scraping from time to time.For this car The hydraulic lift arm ripped right out of the frame. The frame is so rusted and so thin the arm cant be just welded back, but we took it to professionals and they fix it quickly. There was an indepth article published about choosing TIG Welders on weldingpicks.com, you should check it out.
On newer equipment types, he places his 195 linear feet of cargo in his 75 foot container by manipulating approximately 23 valves, which activate almost 45 hydraulic cylinders or screws, which in turn place head ramps, cantilevers, stands, and decks in position to complete the loading puzzle and for all the metal left we just got a Free Scrap Metal Pick Up Hamilton to take it. He is working with tolerances which consider 3 inches “all kinds of room,” and he practices his art in all kinds of weather. When he is through with the loading process, he finds himself with a package which from the standpoints of height and length, is at the fringes of legal limits.
Haulin the Hauler off to Indy
Goodguys 3rd Speedway Nationals
September 20-22, 2013
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
4790 West 16th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46222
Event Contact Information:
Goodguys Office Phone: (925) 838-9876
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Phone: (317) 492-8500
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Website
Click Here For A Facility Map (PDF)
Friday, September 20 – 8:00am to 5:00pm
Saturday, September 21 – 8:00am to 5:00pm
Sunday, September 22 – 8:00am to 3:00pm