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Michael asks:

"I was wondering if any of your viewers to your web page could tell me what they are hauling in this rig. It was photographed in Cheyenne Wyoming on the 4th of July of this year. if you look at the trailer, it says "rocky set." It was just different to see up setup like that."
The Answer:

These trailers are used to haul Coors beer up to Montana. One of the Navajo garage staff said that they can haul more beer with this combination and they keep it the temp. Controlled better, (cooler in the summer and warmer inthe winter). He said that the reefer unit cools from the back of the last pup first then into the first trailer. The reefer unit is ducted to the back first (top duct). Navajo has 22 units running in this configuration.


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