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Rob Spence

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Re: Generator OK for digital equipment?
« Reply #60 on: October 11, 2017, 12:55:05 pm »

We got 2 drop deck aluminum trailers jammed side by side one time. We had to keep warning performers to “mind the gap”.
Funny thing was that they had to be crosswise in a narrow street, the supplier (the Navy) couldn’t jackknife them into place. The solution was to go fetch a giant fork truck and just pick em up and place them.



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Re: Generator OK for digital equipment?
« Reply #61 on: October 12, 2017, 12:48:42 am »

You get 12 ft flatbeds?  You kids don't know how lucky you've got it.... back when I was a kid we only had 96 inch flatbeds!

I think the one I'm referring to was an office trailer that was stripped to make into a stage. It does not look like an 18 wheeler flat bed. But it is 12 ft deep..
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