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Help Terry stack 6(or 7) trucks on her quickloader.
My brother had one of these, what a pain to load but boy could he stack on the cars!
Cottrell has posted the Meritor axle recall on their website. They are not publising the list of affected Cottrell equipment because of the risk of a defective axle remaining in service. They are asking operators of Cottrell equipment to … Continue reading
“There is a new day cab in town. Cottrell and Rush Peterbilt have teamed up to present the new Peterbilt 365 day cab to the auto transport industry. The Peterbilt 365 is only 97″ tall”
A lot of businesses are doing whatever it takes to stay working and I applaud Cottrell for finding alternative sources of work.
This creation was one of my favorite trucks to drive. I bought a Volvo with a Boydstun 4-car headrack and mated it to a Cottrell quick-load trailer. It had an electronic 3406 that I had upgraded to factory specs for … Continue reading
I know the legal liabilities in equipment manufacturing are huge. It makes me wonder if that is what is driving Cottrell’s position here or if there really are insurmountable engineering problems that prohibit the conversion of the chain units. Aftermarket … Continue reading
Press release from Cottrell: Friday, June 20, 2008 – First Strap on a Peterbilt 388 Cottrell is pleased to introduce the first Peterbilt 388 with a 48 inch sleeper design. This piece of equipment illustrates our new 3-car CS headramp … Continue reading
I read an article the other day on the madison record about a transport driver suing Cottrell because he hurt his back using the manual skids on the Cottrell trailer he was pulling. The more I thought about it the … Continue reading