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Old 10-06-2018, 07:14 AM   #21
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I'd still call it a Moffet

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Old 10-06-2018, 07:42 AM   #22
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Alot of them are called piggy backs.
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Thatís what I heard them called first, then everyone started saying moffett.
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I saw a Moffet on a truck out east and it wasn't made by Moffet. So what do you call it then if it's not a Moffet but it is a moffet? Is there a real name for these things?


Kinda like how everyone calls a skid steer a bobcat

sawzall is the same thing


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I don't get stuff delivered much but every time I have they used the Moffet style forklift. For my residential projects they seem to be able to get the material anywhere I ask and when I built my house they could get through the areas of slop and spot material anywhere the crews needed.
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We refer to them as hitchhikers.
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we call them a donkey

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Itís a moffet, end of discussion!


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Some bad ass driving, but looks like a pain in the ass way to unload.

Well, I guess it's better than hand unloading....

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