Maybe trucks that don't match should have a trailer with TSF on the sides?
I agree that if you are doing an owner operator in a scheme that isn't painted exactly like a fleet truck, then the trailer should be painted in the colors and lettered with the style and script that the fleet is marked with. Of course with flatbeds it would be a little hard to do that....
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Post by plastictrucker on Jan 15, 2010 9:33:07 GMT -5
One place my dad worked the flat beds were lettered on the frame rails.If a flat bed has a rack and tarp system,the lettering usually goes on the tarp. I think a white van trailer with blue ,silver stripes and TSF logo would look good. If any one does a moving van I feel full paint job is in order,because thats how a bed bugger is done. A tanker would be a full paint scheme as well,or polished with TSF logo. The best way to see how a trailer should be is to consider the era of truck pulling it and look on Hank's for the style of the day. KEVIN