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    Loading area requirements

    Who has a good modern loading area standard? I was reviewing ours and realized that it doesn't require space for a truck that is longer than 50 feet, while the truck most commonly used around here is the WB 53.

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    Quote Originally posted by Lee Nellis
    Who has a good modern loading area standard? I was reviewing ours and realized that it doesn't require space for a truck that is longer than 50 feet, while the truck most commonly used around here is the WB 53.
    Illinois DOT requires design for WB65 (wheel base 65'). I have a turning template if this is what you are looking for.

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