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    Does it require a CDL ?

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    Not unless it is for hire. Otherwise just a vehicle with diesel engine.
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    I have to admit it. I like that one. It should be able to go about anywhere I might want to try taking it.
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    A heavy tractor like that with no load to speak of on the tires will tend to do horizontal cartwheels when hard braking on wet pavement. Wet road bobtailing was always white knuckle driving for me and I'd much rather have been hauling a load.

    CDL requirement depends on Gross Vehicle Weight, even for non-commercial vehicles. If I remember correctly the cutoff is 26,000#.


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    Last edited by Crusty; 09-22-2019 at 07:28 AM.
    If you can't make it precise make it adjustable.

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