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Stiloski's 2009 Kenworth T800-Jerr Dan 85 Ton Rotator

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I was finally able to get some photos of this impressive beauty this past weekend...thanks to John Stiloski and his staff for setting up this shoot for me!

2009 Kenworth T800/Jerr Dan 85 Ton Rotating Boom Heavy Wrecker

The boom can be operated almost completly by remote control...

Available for rescue operations in the Hudson Valley 24/7...

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Will post more photos as time allows......

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Seth

Did you see the other new wrecker I think it has five axels it's mostly white with some red just saw it yesterday not marked yet

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R1smokeater

this one was the same size and still had the temp reg in the windshield

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Seth

Did you see the other new wrecker I think it has five axels it's mostly white with some red just saw it yesterday not marked yet

Huh. I don't know anything about a new wrecker. The only one I know of coming soon is one he's got in the shop now.......with the old Putnam Lake tanker chasis and a new body he's putting on and painting himself....but it's not that close to being done yet, and I don't think it has 5 axles.

He does have a new dump truck too, though. Two, actually, the other one has red.

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And a payloader:

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And he still has the 60 ton Century rotator:

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And another general heavy duty wrecker....

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seth it might have just been delivered yesterday before I stopped by I didnt get a chance to ask john about it but it had 5 axles one right behind the cab like I said mostly white wiht some red

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seth it might have just been delivered yesterday before I stopped by I didnt get a chance to ask john about it but it had 5 axles one right behind the cab like I said mostly white wiht some red

Huh. This is a suprise. I will give him a call tommorow and find out, unless he's reading this and can send me some photos.....

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I know I wasnt seeing things my father was with me and even commented how nice it was

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I did a little re-lettering on the boom for ya:

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Mofire, I'll scout the area tomorrow and see if I can find anything out.

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There, in fact, is a rig with 5 axles. Of course, I forgot to bring my camera, but I'll head back down in a little bit and grab a shot.

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Here it is, pics could have been better, but the weather was crappy.

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And I found this. My guess, the latest victim of the Saw Mill River Parkway in Pleasantville.

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Tommy, I wasn't doubting you at all! Thanks for the heads up!!

gpdexplorer, THANKS for the photos! Much appreciated!

Jack, lol!

Seems to be a Peterbilt/Jerr Dann rotator....can't tell the capacity, but I would bet 85 ton. Seems to have a second steering axle, the wheels behind the cab. Another awesome addition to the fleet!

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