Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by NEnewbie, Dec 23, 2014.
I bet there was nothing but clear walk-space in front of that wall...
Looks pretty good compared to what normally gets piled into the back of the PC
You must've loaded that yourself
Are those white envelopes UPS calendars or new rate charts? It would be typical of UPS to send that stuff out on a peak day.
6990 must be an MP. Why not RDC?
Boy, things have certainly gotten better since I retired. My peak load never looked
that nice and neat.
Yup, the old fake wall trick! Gets them every time.
And your point being what
my truck looks like that in the summer lol..
love the "Not Too Big <3" box
Peak and the truck is blown out....who would have thought. Thank god for phone cameras or else we might not have seen something like this!
The wooden box in the middle of the wall is classic. Hope your load didn't shift and that wood box jammed your rear door. I hate when that happens.
OOOh i see those 'Uline ' boxes on the bottom left, boy are they a pain when they come last down the slide!
How much more ragged will that big box on the left end up by the time they get to the 6000 section? Those are the pictures that we'll need to see!
Not to mention the nasty paper cuts you can get from those. Under the fingernail is the worst.
Code 5 for sure.
I remember those days. Some days the cab was so stuffed with boxes and a 2 wheel cart that a person had to rearrange stuff between gears to get it into the next gear. It does look like there is room for a complete set of mounted tires on top of your load though.
We got guys going out with uhauls with 6000-8000 sections packed in them because it just wouldn't fit in the truck.
That back wall alone consists of more than the total amount of packages I've had down the middle of my truck this peak.
Looks fine to me. Lip loads with arrows up. Whatever business bulk is #6990, it's your first stop after air.
Not the preloaders fault your route is heavy.
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