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When you lived here did you ever go to The Foot in Foxboro?, There is a real nice steel dash wheel on a truck there that is that is in a cab that is beyond swiss cheese not to mention the 6 inch rot hole in the side of the frame rail over the rear axle. He won't sell the wheel he says he's going to sell the whole truck. I don't know.
I’ve got a immaculate brown one I’m thinking of just changing the interior color it’s all got to be repainted anyway.I had a black one out of a rolled over mixer few years but I put it in and didn’t like the way it looked with the green so I traded it to a buddy of mine for something else ...bob
Took me a minute to get the jist of your comment! (I'm old) I personally refuse to own a smart phone I have no need for 300 "friends" I've never met! I realize they are fascinating I also realize that the many members who are contractors have to have one (their customers expect it) but every time some idiot walks into me while talking on one or I'm in a doctor's office and every person waiting is staring at one like a zombie I long for the days when I ran several small businesses with a double entry ledger and a #2 pencil! They've already put the local bookstore out of business,libraries will be next. Ok my rant is over!
I purchased a 99 Mack E7/400 about 6 months ago and recently noticed milky sludge on the underside of the oil cap. The dip stick doesn’t show any sludge when it’s pulled. The only other place that I see sludge is on the vent tube after the wire mesh filter. I opened the mesh filter and it was all but clean no sludge there just in the tube after it. It doesn’t appear to be losing antifreeze out of the pressurized side of the tank. The reservoir side had a cracked cap and is empty. How Could it be pushing coolant into the oil but stay filled to the pressurized cap? It is winter and the temps have been ranging from 20 to 35. The truck is used on short hauls and is shut off for an hour or so during the day before making another run. Could this be condensation from the heat or blow by?