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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by DaPlumber, Dec 7, 2006.
This is from this afternoon on 69 just south of Fort Wayne Indiana...
yet ANOTHER fine example of driving too fast for conditions
Had a similar (and larger) pileup on I-95 in Virginia quite a few years back.
MARKLE, Ind. About 30 cars and 15 trucks were involved in a pile-up during white-out conditions on Interstate 69 about 20 miles southwest of Fort Wayne Thursday afternoon. There were only minor injuries. Slick roads and white-out conditions contributed to the crash, which occurred about 1 p.m. The road was closed between mile markers 78 and 86 near Markle. Lake effect snow sent bands of heavy snow across northern Indiana.
Do you have Lake effect snow, and or white-out conditions in Arizona??
One of these things does not belong with the others!!!
Sudden Impact Racing Monster Truck Tire
This is are new wheel, one of a kind. It's made just for the monster truck
industry.. It was in the bed of the truck in the fist photo.. Thank GOD its ok!!!
66 x 43.00 -25, 63' inflated
23° Lug Pattern
Lug at center depth - 13mm x 73mm wide
Lug at mid point depth - 25.5mm x 67mm wide
Lug at shoulder depth - 35mm x 56mm wide
Duel Bead, Shock Fortified, Inner Liner, 6-ply design, Approximate Weight, 425 lbs, Rim Size 25" x 36", Operating Pressure, 15 psi
Looks like a party to me.
We have whiteout conditions, and lake effects all the time around here, but 45 car pileups are fairly uncommon, lol
Most of us just hit the ditch, and are considered the village idiot until the next guy does it
No lake effect snow . but yes here at 7000 ft in AZ white out conditions occur, and with simliar pileups too. Eveyone drives to damn slow, or too damn fast.
that stuff is a bitch, aint it?
I love It, NOT!! You have to be on the great lake's to know what beater_k20 and I are talking about!!!
and its not only driving too fast, or too slow that causes stupid stuff to happen...
Brother, I understand!
I am in Rochester, 100 inches plus per season!
Now THATS funny!
Wow! There's gonna be a few busy claims agents checking all that out.
BTW, how did you get that tire? I notice its in a shop, so did you get to "take it home?"
That semi certainly made a mess of that Chevy. Sod seeing that coming in your mirror!
Fixed it for you.
and i thought the fuel tanker/cement mixer/lowboy/minivan wreck was bad here last week...
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