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  2. My 63 Thermodyne on start up takes a good 20 seconds or more to show pressure on the guage. After that holds 30 lbs at idle . Has the remote filter housing, full flow I believe. 3 lines to it. Is there a check valve not working possibly? Or just the way they are? This is with 15 40 oil, 60 degrees outside. Thanks
  3. plugs and points every once in a while, and run forever! terry
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  5. Anyone make it to maggios if they help it Saturday
  6. Yup will be making a new set of fenders as mine have been hacked beyond repair. Just thought I’d check here first if anyone had remains from a previous donor vehicle Sent you a direct msg w email to send pic of your hood to see if it’s in better shape than mine. Thx.
  7. That's odd- I was looking for pictures just now, doing an image search for something totally unrelated, and noticed a picture of Old Bill's red and black B 61. I clicked on it and it took me here- http://users.vianet.ca/bw1/The life_and_times.htm It's not his complete website, but most of his stories are there. How or why, I have no idea.
  8. Looking for a cordless I pack gun,what’s your through?
  9. Flathead six banger EN-271 with a horn bolted to the head and a Fram canister oil filter in orange. A simpler time.
  10. Nice selection of trucks! Also nice that it isn't raining although I see a puddle in the yard. In my neighborhood, I can't remember when we had two sunny days in a row.
  11. Spent quite a bit of time yesterday yakking with a trucker friend of mine whom runs older equipment and paper logs. He has been at it quite a while and runs a very clean 1996 Kenworth all over the southern parts of the country and doesn't have problems. He does not try to push the limits however and keeps the paperwork straight as that's the last 15 minutes of his working day in the truck. Apparently, it can be done; just has to be kept up with including time stamps on fuel, food, and motel breaks. Basically keep up on the time on duty, and off duty accurately. Another friend of mine hauled this auction purchase trailer into their yard and it's needing a lot more work than the purchaser expected. I'm quite possibly going to look at it on Tuesday as it's supposed to rain most of the day and that will preclude any work in sod business.
  12. Rob

    Power Grease Gun:

    When I was working my shop I had a lot of the same setup; reels mounted in a housing above, in front of, and between two stalls. Washer solvent, 50/50 coolant, (green) 50/50 coolant, (Dex-Cool) 5W-20, 10W-30, 15W-40, NGLI-2 grease, and a corded drop light/cord all contained in a "Lincoln" branded housing. All the reels were "Reelcraft", and some pumps were Lincoln, some Graco, some Sandpiper, but all air powered. I still have everything including the storage reservoir(s) which are out back. Not a very portable setup at all but sure would kick cars and trucks out quickly when I was into that type service business.
  13. I noticed no poxy mirrors on the Anthems bonnet, thats a good move Paul
  14. Nice selection of vintage iron! terry
  15. Please send a pic of the hood - see if it’s in better shape than mine. 

    17TWkr@gmail.com

    Thanks

     

  16. When I worked in the big shop working on a mack fleet I had use of grease gun line coming down from the rafters on a reel same as the motor oil . the last job had the rollaround grease drum my battery grease gun is way quicker. I had Lincoln 's for years now I have a snapon I like it better I got it on a special paid the same as a dewalt.
  17. I probably should've called this Thread the Brisbane Truck Show..Her's a pic (Not Mine) from there..
  18. Here is the John Deere Service Advisor Installation guide on Win7/Win10.The steps of installation on win7 is same as win7.I will show the John Deere Service Advisor installation on win7,you just need to check the method.And at end of article you would better watch the video guide. John Deere Service Advisor Freed Download: John Deere Service Advisor Software Free Download Note:Try on WIN7 32bit successfully, try Win10 64bit at your own luck. Procedures of Heavy Duty Truck Scanner John Deere Service Advisor Installation: Installation Method 1: 1.you must have enough disk space to download the full set of February 2016 data base (52Gb); it comes with seven iso images and the SA4.0 image and a February 2015 update which you don’t need and of course the activator. 2.use an iso mounter software to mount the SA4.0 image to a virtual drive. 3.browse to the setup file in your virtual drive and run it as administrator follow the steps (it will prompt for a username and password use those of your windows user account if you’re under 7-8 or 10 windows version) it will take a while! don’t turn off the computer and don’t worry about the incompatibility messages that windows will show you during the installation process specially for the SQL 2005 server installation. 4.after completing the installation of the SA4.0 reboot the computer and set back the system time to mars 2016. 5.mount the first iso image of the data discs to a virtual drive, browse the sauce folder and run setup file as administrator; wait for it to complete the installation it will launch the SA 4.2.005 at this step you may have a message that the SA 4.2.005 is not capable of launching the search engine don’t worry close it and go to task manager (ctr+alt+sup) click on services and look for the LightweightIDOL service if it’s stopped than run it. 6.run the activator as administrator and activate the service advisor; don’t use the prolongation tool at this step!. 7.now go to the task manager again and look for the SAupdater service and disable it. 8.re-open the service advisor, click the accept button for the license agreement, and configure the path for the data access you can use the mapping for a virtual drive choice to map each data disc image to a virtual drive it will take more than an hour to load all the data disk. it will ask you for scheduling the update choose the end of the week and create the task. 9.Now close the SA, use the activator again but this time just use the prolongation tool choose 9000 days or whatever you want. 10.Look for the task scheduler and run it, choose the SAupdate task and modify the time for the task to begin to 2030 or whatever you want. 11.reboot the computer and set back the time machine to the actual time, launch SA and everything must work ok. if you have any trouble than you messed something just clean up and reinstall. Installation Method 1: Firstly,you need to download the files as below: https://mega.nz/#!OocRBC5B!Mg6k1UzCVc168wr–BJ5xTsgGt7TOTsI-AhBNPjVNpk John-Deere-Service-Advisor-Installation – Be sure that you have JAVA and Acrobat reader installed on your PC (wich if you have a internet connection it will automaticly ask and find and load its self) – Mount the CD JDSA4.0 and start the installation .. – a user name and password will be reqired .. so better to use User: Admin Password: 123456 – after the Installation, dont run the program ! – restart your PC , – after the installation, use the keygen – how to use the keygen – you need to find the Host ID for the installation .. – Run c:Program FilesECULPECULPINIConfig.exe – Get HostID from Security tab – open the keygen and put the Host ID , choose the expire date, select all in both fields and generate. – you will get 3 files – run dl.xml.reg file and confirm registry changes – copy license file jdlm.lic into C:JDLM folder – PS. DO NOT USE dl.xml.reg file or dl.xml files generated by keygen,( delete the two file made by kg) – USE the files in the lic folder. WIN XP: C:Documents and SettingsAll Users.WINDOWSApplication DataService ADVISOR WIN 7: C:ProgramDataService ADVISOR – Go to patch1 folder and – run Patch.bat – Replace the Original ServiceADVISOR.exe with the Patched one from _patch floder !! in the Installation folder C:Program FilesService ADVISOR . – Mount the DVD1 (AG_EN_20xxxx_01) and start the installation from it in otherwords what i do is copy and paste the data disk 1 in my documents folder. right click and explore the folder, run the install from the SAUCE folder and then open the sa.ini folder it will look something like this [Volume] Identity=AG_EN_201109_01 Produced=2011/07/15-22:48:58 [Trigger Dates] Warning = 2011/10/28 Termination = 2011/11/01 – ***Replace the Original sa.ini with the patch we will create, in the DVD1 !!BEFORE YOU LOAD THE DATA!!!!! IN THE PROGRAM. – To do this – In the sa.ini folder change the dates to what ever you desire to mach the lic experation you made so it will look something like this [Volume] Identity=AG_EN_201109_01 Produced=2011/07/15-22:48:58 [Trigger Dates] Warning = 2020/06/01 Termination = 2020/07/01 – Exit the document and select save changes. ( I like to reopen the sa.ini after to insure changes.) -then open service advisor. it will promp you to load data. change the path to load to the location you saved data disk 1. let it load ……….and SUCCESS!!!!!
  19. Tuesday I removed the lift pump and fuel lines and dropped everything off at the parts house so they could make new fuel lines and get a replacement lift pump and I am in a holding pattern until they get everything. I did find a lot of oil crud on the block under the injector pump. It has a wet look to it just in front of the tach drive cable, which was very loose. It could be old crud mixed with the engine cleaner or a leak. I will wait until the engine is steam cleaned unless anyone has any other thoughts.
  20. Billy’s looking a bit mangy this time of the year...
  21. Once again I am working away from home , living in my camper . We have some critters that come onto the job , and they take they sweet time getting out of the way.. I saw this flat deck truck in a front yard . And the old jammer skidding rig in the back 40 in a field.
  22. Thanks for the replies, I got a few leads to pursue. I picked the truck and trailer up out of an old guys yard. Hadn't moved in 20 years but spent a lot of time with line and air valve replacement etc and drove it home. It has a small cam Cummins, maybe 350hp? Not sure there is no data tag. 13 speed Eaton and Rockwell rearends. And my favorite is there is what appears to be remnants of factory A/C!
  23. Fisher, although a GM owned subsidiary, also stamped the body panels for the 1973 to 1976 Ford Thunderbird. They did some for the Ford Granada, and Mercury Monarch also. Not guessing as I was repairing cars when those were common on the roads.
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