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Originally posted by fizzy1
This is completely ridiculous. I live in Houston Texas and trust me there isn't going to be any evacuations and need for snow plows. Man i swear the disinformation on Ats about this oil leak is worse than the leak itself.
Originally posted by tarifa37
you start ramming snow plows into cars and pick up trucks you are not going to get very far. They are meant for snow not two ton vehicals.. They would use lifting equipment not ploughs imho.
Originally posted by ziggyproductions05
Originally posted by ANNED
“Snow plows are being readied to go up and down the interstate highways in the middle of summer moving stranded vehicles off the road when evacuations begin.” - thejohnchronicles.wordpress.com...[ex/]
Snow plows along the gulf coast.
They should stand out like nudist in alaska.
It rarely snows anywhere near the gulf coast and they would have to bring them in from somewhere to the north just to have them on hand.
Any ATSers seeing snowplows anywhere near the gulf coast.
Wow. Of course most of the snow plows would come from the north. I think we all know it doesnt snow down south. In a lot of cases all you need to do is add a plow to the front of a truck, and it wouldnt suprise me if those plows are manufactured somewhere in the south, making them more readily available. It also says the plows are being readied for MID SUMMER. Your needless add nothing to this at all - You should have read the whole thread, it helps out a lot.
[edit on 2-7-2010 by ziggyproductions05]
[edit on 7/2/2010 by semperfortis]
I guess that would explain all the semi trucks that were setting in traffic South bound on interstate 95 there must have been 50 semi- trucks with like 2-3 county type snow plows....That is so weird....I was thinking when I saw them man some county spent alot of money on those plows... Now I am kinda wondering if this might be growing legs. And when I said 50 semi-trucks I was dead serious they were all flat bed semi-trucks that were hauling the big county snow plows with dumper beds for salt. So if that was 50 semi's with 2-3 plows on back that could have been very easy 150ish plows. Thats not saying they werent being hauled from a manufacting plant up north to purchase destinations but come to think of it not all of them looked new.
[edit on 2010 by tsloan]