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Yeah, it's true- did I tell this story before?..hmmmmm...anyhow, it's very true. I stopped at the TA Truckstop in Huber Heights, Ohio-near Dayton- to take a shower. Must have been around 1979-80, or '81 because I was driving the orange and white 1977 F-model Mack. The truckstop is no longer there. The showers had doors you could lock, but they didn't go all the way to the ceiling or the floor, so you could actually crawl under, or reach over the top. I put my wallet,keys, pocket change,and the
I have a 60's model Mack off-road mining truck and still use it at a small sand and gravel mining operation and need to find parts or a parts truck. Our gravel pit is located north of Dayton, Ohio so something in the tri-state area would be great but if not willing to go further. If anyone has seen or knows of the whereabouts of one of these trucks that info would be greatly appreciated. We broke a steering part and can't find one anywhere!!! Help Bryan
i need information on this truck and cant find nothing! im 18 this is my first truck and i bought it for 500 bucks it has 66k miles and looks it rates fair but i cant find any info. maybe im just not lookin in the right places. i have alot of experience with cummins but never touched a renault. maybe some one can tell me if i made a good deal buying this truck. it also came with a title and trailor from the original owner im only the second owner. HELP!!!!
I recentely purchased a 1969 Mack fire truck model CF600. This is my first large antique truck. I am looking for any owners manuals, service manuals, or any manuals that can help me work on this truck. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
I recently did an inframe rebuild on a 2000 model E7-350 engine. Oil blows out the breather tube at high RPM's. I used an aftermarket kit with new liners, pistons and rings. We even let the truck run for several hrs at 1700 rpms to try to seat the rings. There is still to much blow-by. Could this by anything besides a piston ring problem?
Hi all. I have a 2004 mack quantum twin steer. For the last 2 weeks its been cutting out, as if someone has turned the key off. Only problem after a while it starts and works fine again. I've had the auto elec change the voltage regulator, macks have changed the fuel pump and it still cuts out. sometimes for ten minutes, othertimes for hours. The freaken thing is driving me crazy.
Hey everyone, just joined this site and looking for some advice. I have a cesspool pumping company and I run an older 1994 Frieghtliner with a 3406 Cat engine in it. Needless to say it sucks down some fuel and with fuel prices on the rise it gets tougher every time to fill that tank. The company I used to work for had a fleet of Mack RDs that ranged from years 1993 to 2001 and I have to say I loved those trucks (and they got considerably better fuel milage). When it came time for me to step
i have a 2000 mack mr 688s its slowing building air have to reave up to build up to 120# once built up and drive down the road air dryer pops off every 10 seconds i have replaced the compressor,air dryer,d2,signals line to wet tank and to air dryer still no change looked for pressure valve in wet tank could not find mack dealer said its in the 5/8 90 but nothing in there replaced air lines from compressor to dryer no change tanks accumalate alot of water at the end of the day so thats why i chan
Our company had purchased a 2008 Mack in 2009 and have had nothing but trouble since we purchased it. The truck is currently in the shop due to fuel injector problems. Prior to this, October of this year, the mechanics claim they found debris and mold growing in the fuel lines. There had been a debate as to how frequently we changed our fuel filters and where we purchased our fuel. We keep maintenance records showing that we have replaced filter per specs. As far as the mold in the lines, th
Hello all, i am new to this site and it all is very helpful. I am from Australia and we have a Kenworth T300 with a Mack em 6 motor in it carting mainly rock with a max weight of 42.5 ton, its supposed to be 350 HP but i reckon it only pulls 200 HP.We have had alot of trouble with the puff limiter in front of injector pump as the thread was stripped out of it. When you put the puff limiter in its gutless but when its removed it goes alot better but pours out black smoke and for a 350 HP motor i
Another driver, Sam, used to tell this true story - He had to take a long load into Boston to a jobsite. He got to where he needed to make a right turn but didn't have enough room because a car was parked on the corner-illegally parked, imagine that! While he was stopped in the street wondering what to do, with traffic bottling up behind him, a cop strolled up and asked him what was going on. He told the cop he couldn't make the turn because of the car. The cop looked at the car and said "hit it
Back in the mid '80s we hauled structural steel from Montague-Betts in Lynchburg,Va. to Boston and the surrounding areas like mad. Sometimes we would load lumber in Palmer,Ma. to bring back but if we were real busy we'd unload and come straight back to Lynchburg as quick as we could to get another load of steel to go straight back to Boston. As you could imagine, the jobsites were a real pain in the ass to get into,the traffic was horrible,and all the ironworkers were assholes when you got there
Our company purchased a defective 2008 Mack GU713 in August 2007. This truck has been a lemon and stayed in the shop much of the 2 1/2 years we owned it. We are currently looking for other owners who have settled with Mack either a financial settlement or a trade in deal to compensate them for similar problems as we have had with the truck we own. Any information I could find would be helpful.
Still running like a scalded dog-guess that's good,but I was highly pissed off when I had to go back out Thursday-4th. of July weekend-after running 2 Ohio loads already. I picked up a big long round thing-no,no,no,it was a roll shell-at the paper mill in Riverville last Friday and left Sunday going to Sandusky,Ohio. Got unloaded early Monday morning and went to Oak Harbor to the nucular (George Bush) pear plant to pick up 3 air compressors and 2 drying towers to take back to Ingersoll Rand in R
I have a 1955 Mack B61 and as far as I know everything is origional. I rebuilt the brakes a few years ago with new rear drums cast by dura brake. I have the rear brake pots with the big diaphrams and they lock on low air pressure. I don't know what these are called. I don't believe they are spring brakes. Does anybody have a diagram of the system with a discription of how it works. I pulled up to a stop sign the other day fortunatually going very slow pulling my tractor and when I applied the
just thoughts- I cooked some really good chicken on the grill yesterday, and had leftovers today. I had a ten pound bag of leg quarters in the freezer that had been in there a long time, so I cooked them all. As usual with the leg quarters I skinned them and trimmed off the excess fat and "yucky" stuff first, then marinated them for about 6 hours. After they were done I put them in an aluminum pan, smothered them with Open Pit BBQ sauce, and sealed the pan tight with aluminum foil and left it on
I'm still running good, busy as the proverbial one legged man in an ass kicking contest. I took treated lumber to Shinnston,W.V. and loaded 2 coils in Yorkville,Oh. going to Clinton,N.C. Then to Dillwyn and onward to Fremont,Ohio. Loaded some Mack truck frame coils in Erie,Mi. going to Roanoke, then I had to leave Friday going to the nucular (George Bush) power plant in Oak Harbor,Ohio to deliver yesterday morning.They serviced the truck and finally put a new fan hub on it before I left. The oil