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  1. Here are some pictures I took today of my 83 year old Uncle that hauls logs for me with our 1971 DM600. He finally slowed down long enough for me to snap them. It got warm out the other day so he busted out the brush and the VanSickle farm implement paint and touched up the Mack. It would make a body man groan, but its not too bad for a log truck The muffler on the DM had gotten bad and he got tired of waiting for me to get a new one, so he welded a broken disc blade on the bottom Do you notice anything strange about his shirt? One evening a week he does his "darning" - he has not boug
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  2. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1959-Mack-Truck-B-61-/150749690319?pt=Commercial_Trucks&hash=item231961b9cf http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1957-Mack-Truck-B-61-/150749717644?pt=Commercial_Trucks&hash=item231962248c Take your pick guys, Jay
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  3. We hauled the two loads of logs off today - I took my middle son and we made a morning out of it. I jump at every chance I can get my boys to work around their great uncle (and to a lesser degree their dad) Here are some pics from taking them to the Amish sawmill - The road to Uncle Forrest's house The house that he built by hand with all the wood sawed off the farm - you should see the walnut staircase! Co-pilot Matthew Just left the farm - check out the little white church where we eat too much at basket dinners Ever see a bull dog run faster than a horse?
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  4. Randy, glad to hear you is keepin bee. If nothing else, keep it, make it antique plated, and lead the parade on the 4 of July
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  5. International Harvester used by our company exclusively from early '50's to mid 70's including TD14A, TD15, 175 and 250 series. Attached are a few photos. Enjoy. Mike
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  6. No the PTO is out/disengaged. I drove about 30 miles today loaded at all different speeds. No out of ordinary noise, no vibration, nothing seems amis running on the road. Just hard to up, or downshift. Rob
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  7. Sir, I remove my hat and proudly salute your uncle! A salute just does not seem like enough. I am speechless. Outstanding! Dern country needs more dedicated and proud and responsible people like him! Thas just amazing! randyp
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  8. This is what it looks like now. Best Superliner in Quebec!
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  9. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1962-CUSTOM-MACK-B61-ROLLBACK-/230734454400?pt=Commercial_Trucks&hash=item35b8d85e80 That tilt nose sure is something.
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  11. Capital Christmas tree hauler. http://www.capitolch...astree2011.org/
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  12. I think I'm going to have to see one in person to formulate my true opinion on it.
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  13. GU8 Twin steer (I did not take this photo)
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  14. One for our Australian friends. Tridents I did not take this picture.
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  15. wow,,,very nice,,,thanks for sharing,,,,,bob
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  16. I'm just north of Sault Ste. Marie. You know anything about this Superliner bobo? I see it down south all the time. That is one sweet float.
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  17. Personally, I have owned four hydraulic excavators but only one track loader, a Komatsu D57S-1. Most in my area would say they are useless, but they do have there place (in very specialized applications). This unit served me well with no major complaints considering the low investment necessary for a 33,000 pound, 130HP machine that filled a gap in my operation and would load a truck.
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