wrecker


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wrecker

1. Chiefly US and Canadian a person whose job is to demolish buildings or dismantle cars
2. (formerly) a person who lures ships to destruction to plunder the wreckage
3. US and Canadian another word for tow truck
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Curt Smith's fleet of custom Cub Cadets (left to right): Model 1200 wrecker, Model 107 with stake rack and Model 122 with transport box on rear.
M984A4 wreckers and some M984A2 wreckers come with multiple use adapters (MUAs).
Chavez has been a wrecker operator since October and arrived in Afghanistan a few weeks ago.
Basic variants include a tanker, wrecker, cargo, tractor, and the load handling system.
It wasn't until some years later when I was working at a paint and body shop as a mechanic and wrecker driver that I realized I needed to change my behavior habits.
Our excellent planners worked and reworked the stow plans until we were able to fit everything except a wrecker, a five-ton tractor, and two flat-bed trailers.
In addition to the standard chassis, steering, and suspension points, the wrecker booms, winches, and wheel dollies were connected to the automatic lubrication system with help from a factory installation specialist--32 points in all are lubricated automatically.
The wrecker driver, the daredevil cyclist, and the bug man are more articulate, by far, than the librarian and the two writers.
Tenders are invited for wrecker service and storage of towed impounded vehicles for a term of three (3) years
MAKE SURE THE TIRES ON YOUR M939A2 WRECKER ARE INFLATED TO 90 PSI WHILE PERFORMING LONG-DISTANCE HIGH WAV MISSIONS.
Business would benefit well with a working owner and by expanding repair and wrecker service hours ($40k add-back for working owner).