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    Looks like it was a plugged radiator. Tuesday we hooked a loaded trailer to the truck and a tech rode along with a laptop to check the coolant and oil temp, as well as the fan on-off command and percentage speed of the fan. All of that was working right but still had higher temps going over the bridge. So we all finally agreed to change the radiator and see if that was the problem. Looks to me like it's almost completely plugged up. They should be done with it today.
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    Read what he recommended. If it doesn't make sense read it again. He told you what he thinks you should do.
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    A V8 Detroit in an RS... couldn't have been many like that built. https://www.bigiron.com/Lots/1974MackRS600LTAwaterTruck
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    Harry, When you said parked outside I found my picture of it.. That was such a fantastic dinner event that Tony put on I just did not remember everybody I met..
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    It’s hard to say an EUP could never develop plunger leak. Look at how many years some cores could be moving in and out of chassis’s. The originals weren’t designed pre low sulfur(dry) fuel. The engineering is fascinating, you’d never think fuel film could seal so perfectly. On the flip side I’ve never seen one leaking from the stem and have been surrounded by them for 21 years. Currently, at work, we have 28 EUPs pounding fuel into cylinders daily. None of them have developed the leak your describing.
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    Drop another bucket - I got room. With a 12 yard side dump body, this 1951 Autocar DC-20064SN weighed 43,500 lbs empty. What's the capacity? Until it's full, and then some more. #AutocarDC #AlwaysUp #TBT #ThrowbackThursday Thanks to Mike Lusher. Always Up - Autocar Trucks .
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    So IH didn't make the first Transtar, huh? Interesting.
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    The fuse box that goes bad is the EPDM. The fuse box behind clutch pedal. Pull some relays out and check for corrosion. Replace EPDM (fusebox) if any corrosion found. The windshield leaks and water gets in EPDM and causes corrosion.
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    Standing tall and is almost at the end of the line for the B model.
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    Stock charge air cooler and cast aluminum stock radiator, boost 30-68 psi straps are more for when we get hit or giving out hits to keep it all together 👍🇺🇸🏁
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    Well here’s s few beauty’s for you fellas that couldn’t make it........pretty good turnout...bob Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Have a look at Ian Lee facebook page and also have a look at his Tylden Heritage web site, it has his life story. Tony did not take Seduce to the 2015 Alice truck show, it was parked outside his museum the days you guys visited his museum, I remember it was outside the day we had the dinner in Tony's big open shed. Unfortunately the angle that I took the photo, does not properly show the cab lift and hood extension. Yes the extension and cab lift are real, purposely the modifications were made so that they are not obvious. Compare the depth of the metal panel below door sills of the blue B75 and Seduce, that is a how the lift is disguised, it has been modified to make it look completely original. The large air cleaner also covers up the extension. The original B75 cab sits low on the frame same as the B61 cab, both have the same low cross member under the back of the cab. Seduce has a custom made raised cross member similar to the B615. Picture of Seduce's rear of cab cross member is below. Again photo angle is not fully showing the cab lift. The V8 Mack is an 866 and a swap in, has power steering and air con in both cabins
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    Wilbur, you also posted this thread on July 28, 2018. We had the same conversation, I don’t mind recapping.......but have you done anything on it since or is this the same leak.
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    Fine looking highway hauler.
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    This one belongs to one of our chapter members who is standing beside it..
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    I didn’t get everything ....but a lot of them.... bob Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Some more Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    This beautiful BB handled the 160 mile round trip to the show with ease.
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    It's been a while but I haven't taken many pictures, and all i've got is corn and wimmens. I did write a caption on a picture I saw in the paper though. Nice looking corn in Indiana. A big Mack truck with a huge oversize load. A girl in a car. And here we have another girl in another car. I was stopped in traffic here, didn't know what was going on. I tried to zoom in with the camera to see if I could see what the issue was, but I got distracted. I saw a girl on her phone while she was getting gas, and i've heard that could be dangerous. I took a load to Nebraska, left on Saturday, got there Monday, and they wouldn't take the load until Tuesday. I took this out there. I believe this is Omaha. And yet another girl in another car.
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