im pretty sure this has been answered plenty of times on here and myabe someone can point me in the direction of the right thread for it. but i recently went up to our early AM driver who also shifts when he comes back to the building and inquired about becoming a shifter. there's already 2 preloaders in front me he's training this week and early next week. he said it takes about 2-3 days to train em. but my question is...for any other shifters out there. is it hard to push around those trucks? if i remember correctly from a guy at the Hialeah, FL building telling me those things had 16-32 gears? 0_o. right now im getting 5 hours maz everyday as an inside ECS clerk/damage clerk/Hazmat responder, etc etc. if i do get on as a shifter....after i do my 5 hours and i go to move trailers around in the yard....is that considered OT for me? any other info would be helpful as well thanks in advanced.