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02-27-2007, 09:00 PM #1
Hi everyone, I am from Superior, WI. I am a product support specialist/trainer for a bucket truck company. With that I travel alot, mostly USA and Canada. Have been to Korea. I own a 2006 HHR and a 94 S-10 4x4.
Glad to find this forum.2009 Chevy Sliverado Std cab 5.3, 4 speed Auto 2wd, Trifecta Tuned
1926 Model T Bucket powered by Chevy LS 5.3 TH350 and S-10 rear axle Build period Sept 7, 2010 to April 2011
2006 Chevy HHR 1LT 2.4 Auto, Sunburst II Orange Metallic, Trifecta Tuned, Vinyl Flames
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02-27-2007, 09:13 PM #2
Glad to have you aboard (We'll have to swap bucket truck stories,ha ha)
20 year Cable lineman here.
2007 Ford E250(Work van) (Ya, Ya, shut up!)
1996 GMC Sierra SLE 1500 5.7L/4L60E
02-27-2007, 09:27 PM #3
Just don't let the smoke out of the wire.....
02-27-2007, 11:06 PM #4
Welcome to the club. I think you are our first HHR owner.Patrick
02-27-2007, 11:56 PM #5
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Welcome to the site, I'm not sure what a bucket trucks is. I'm guessing it's a truck with a bucket on it.
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02-28-2007, 08:15 AM #6
I'm guessing it's like a lineman's truck. The kind used for repairing telephone, cable, and power lines.
02-28-2007, 08:23 AM #7
Our units range from 75 to 150 feet, to the cable guys it the "Nose Bleed section".
These are the units you see under the tall and high voltage transmission lines mostly in the country. Our units allow linemen to work "Live Line" up to 765kvAC, thats 765,000 volts..
02-28-2007, 08:32 AM #8
These are the units you see under the tall and high voltage transmission lines mostly in the country. Our units allow linemen to work "Live Line" up to 765kvAC, thats 765,000 volts..[/quote]
That sounds like an exciting job to have!Jay- Trophy Club, TX
2003 Chevy Suburban Z-71 (2" lift)
2008 GMC Sierra Texas Edition
02-28-2007, 08:42 AM #9
Electrifying to say the least....
06-28-2009, 11:58 AM #10
Have to introduce my new Family member that arrives June 30.
Pick up my new 2009 Sillverado, 2wd, Reg Cab, long box, 5.3 Auto with trailering package.
It replaced my s-10 as a back-up driver and for pulling my trailer or hauling my ATV.
Could not pass up this deal of close to 6,000.00 off invoice.
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