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  1. 12 points
    To the shit head mayor and his right hand man Sharpton THE BLOOD IS ON YOUR HANDS!!! I have to stop here guys out of respect for Barry and the site! My daughter and her husband are cops and we are in fear now more then ever before for there lives! RIP To two of New Yorks Finest BULLHUSK
  2. 9 points
    The "Status Update" I did just a few minutes before checking in here.... I AM DONE! I am done being quite. I am done being on the fence accepting the banter of jackwagons saying derogetory things about basic human beings who have chosen to protect all of us. The men and women who are called friends, yet are hated by the white, black, hispanic, etc people who think of them as less than rodents. Those of you who want to, should go ahead & unfriend me now because it's gonna get bad.... A Black man claiming to defend black criminals yesterday killed two cops, one of latino decent & one of asian decent. One of the black criminals he was defending died in a choke hold at the hands of a white cop as directed by his BLACK female SGT. The other black crimial died at the hands of a white cop when he attacked same cop after strong arm robbing an Asian small business owner. Jessie Jackson, Al Sharpton, Barack Obama, Bill DeBlasio, Eric Holder and our nations "Main Stream" media all jumped on a band wagon calling for people to put an end to treating criminals like criminals by defying cops. Yesterday two innocent men (one of Hispanic decent, one of Asian decent), who's job it was to protect us, the public, were assassinated, YES ASSASSINATED, while eating lunch by a black man who claims in a note that he was getting retaliation against the (white) cops for the deaths of 2 black (thugs) men. When NYC Mayor DeBlasio made his appearance at the hospital to create a few "sound bites' the NYPD made their stand by, in unison, turning their backs on the spineless piece of shit. GOOD FOR YOU NYPD!!!! If you are still with me all I can say is if you don't want to deal with cops in THEIR professional world then don't do stupid things. Don't tint your windows too dark, don't speed, don't play your music too loud, don't rob people, don't kill people, don't steal, don't antagonize the cops. If you think that a law that is being enforced is wrong, don't bitch at the cop, take it to the LAW MAKER, who, by the way, is the one who MADE THE LAW and have a conversations with him/her. No one is complained about more than a cop. He ain't doing his job.... he thinks he is God and can do what ever he wants, etc..... This "Rant" isn't done and if you post derogatory comments about cops on your page, I will be there so you might as well un-friend me now. Good night & God bless.
  3. 8 points
    I have friends on NYPD, just got off the phone with one of them. Back about a week and a half ago, the FOP Lodge that represents the rank and file of NYPD circulated a memo and a document that asked each and every uniformed officer to sign and submit- basically a document asking that the Mayor, the Police Commissioner and a few others of the top city leaders NOT TO BE ALLOWED TO ATTEND THEIR FUNERALS if the signing member was ever to die in the line of duty. Word on the street is that both of the guys who were murdered tonight did indeed sign and submit these documents, and the families have already advised DeBowhard's staff that they are to be nowhere near the funerals. Mayor's Staff came back and said "Ok, you want to play that game, we'll jam up all your benefit payments for years." The families told the Mayors Staff to GFY, we'll get Fox News involved. Also there are rumors of a Blue Flu.
  4. 5 points
    I took a 2 stop load of pipes to Fredericksburg and Norfolk Monday. I saw Greendash in the mirror down around Hampton. Approaching the Hampton Roads bridge tunnel- This is in the tunnel ...and the light at the end of the tunnel. ...and out the other side. I saw a big red Mack where I delivered. Then I went to Chesapeake and picked up an empty container and took it to Richmond- the lift is carrying the one i'm getting. They unloaded it different in Richmond- they hooked a chain to a lift and dragged it backwards until it was almost off the trailer, then picked up the front end of it while I pulled out from under it. Saw a big dust cloud on 460 when I was going to Richmond. It came from a combine in a soybean field. Then Tuesday I had to go get my physical renewed, then went to get a load that was already loaded on a drop deck going to Oaktown, In. This was it...all of it...700lbs. Could have hauled it on my pickup. Then I went to Marion, Ky. to get a load going to Monroe, Va, just up 29 from Lynchburg. I saw a bridge on the way to Marion. Then I saw smoke up ahead. Must be a smoke factory. Then I saw a brush pile smoking. Then I saw a truck on the shoulder smoking. I don't know what this guy hauls, but he has plenty of straps. This girl at the rest area asked me if I would check her oil for her because she didn't know where the dipstick was, of course I told her I didn't have time. This is what I loaded in Marion, railroad lights and switches, probably weighed less than 10,000 lbs. Saw a big green Mack truck. I saw this F model on rt. 641 before I got to Marion, but I didn't get a picture. I caught it on the way back though, and got a better picture just holding the camera out the window without even looking and aiming behind me. Eagle Rock, Va. Skinny road in Monroe- this was on the way out, after i'd unloaded at the rail yard. I have to make a right turn there by the pole. Then up the hill and back out to rt. 29...piece of cake,eh?
  5. 4 points
    Some pics of her lettered. Still have a bunch of little things to do but she is working. Rob
  6. 4 points
    I think it's more of a joke. A lot.of cowboys and douche bags up here are doing the big stacks in a pickup thing. I joked and said I'm gonna put a cement brick chimney in my pickup box. There's also a farmer running around here that used two old 18" culverts for his straight pipes just to mock the cowboys.
  7. 3 points
    Got to shoot part of the truck today. Sprayed the red base coat then cleared it.
  8. 3 points
    I am way beyond pissed. The mayor in NYC with his crocodile tears. He is anti Police and anti white from the start. He fears for his son when he's out because the police may shoot him? You don't have to worry if you teach him to respect the law and it's officers. His new fence around Gracie Mansion is in place as his spokesman state "the mayor feel it is needed because he feels the police will not protect his biracial family" . The race baiter in the White House states "he's feels sorry for the officers families", than heads off the Hawaii with a wave, happy to know his race war is on schedule. Holder says that it's a "known job risk" WTF? A risk you created by showing no support . Sharpton is in Baltimore consoling the first murder victims family. How about the LEO families? don't they fit his agenda? wrong minorities? I feel that every non minority is now a target. LEO's and First Responders more so. My wife is actually using her concealed carry peremit as of this morning, I'm a bit surprised at her for that. Personally I see a cop, I'll go out of my way to thank him or her for being on the job. Paul
  9. 3 points
    I thought that was yours, I heard it running. Sounds like you've got one of them there 16V92 Marine Diesels in her, eh?.. or twin 318's? I was about a mile away with the windows up and the radio on when I heard it. I see you have a support boat to the right too, carrying spare parts and oil I assume.
  10. 3 points
    Givem a war. Start shooting on sight, if the families complain shoot them too. Then do the same for rev al and the mayor then head for the White House and take care of that clown . Time to take back America.
  11. 3 points
    Absolutely ******* sickening! Racism is alive and well thanks to the likes of scum like Sharpton, the lemmings that buy into his BS, and leadership from the top down that is more concerned about doing what's popular instead of what's right. This is only the beginning. Nice work, assholes.
  12. 3 points
    I say every cop should stay out of the ghettos for a few days and show these idiots why they are needed.
  13. 3 points
    I just read about this Ernie,theres a special place in hell for a**holes like this nitwit,and he bragged about his plans beforehand too? un-frickin' believable!......................................Mark
  14. 2 points
    Painting this sweet little tractor for a new sand truck.
  15. 2 points
    i have a jaguar xjs that i bought about a year ago with a very poorly done re-paint on it. after i got it i cut it and buffed it but it was beyond salvageable. so the plan was to re-paint it as soon as i got the time being that it was factory glaicer white and had been repainted black, all the jams and everything needed to be done anyway so i decided on jaguar catkin pearl metalic finnished shooting it this evening
  16. 2 points
    This weeks polishing went well.
  17. 2 points
    merry christmas to all and a happy new year
  18. 2 points
    maybe they should ban guns in NYC. that would work? OH I forgot they have that law already.
  19. 2 points
    What we need is cowboy by the name of Ronnie.. Thats why I like this guy Ted Cruz from Texas looks like anotherR/R BULLHUSK
  20. 2 points
    I always tell these young punks with these well casings for stacks on these pickup trucks that they look so stupid and that stacks belong on semi truck not pickup trucks . I think the stacks on pickup trucks is about as bad as the balls hanging front the back bumper ! they tell me its cool I gues im not cool then LOL!
  21. 2 points
    Wish I could say I feel sad about this so called cliff but I don't. I just left the industry myself to take a local delivery job for a private fleet in a straight truck. Nobody wants to work in an industry where your just a number and get run till you drop. And treated like shit in general not only by the companies but by the General public. And don't tell me they're not all the same because they are. The trucking industry created this mess and as far as I'm concerned can fester in their own shit. Am I bitter? Hell yes I'm bitter. I spent over 20 years in the industry and have absolutely no desire to ever step I to another tractor trailer again. The trucking industry gripes about all the govt oversight? You brought it on yourself , deal with it.
  22. 2 points
  23. 2 points
    What you are witnessing here is how the educated, civilized members of society react. It's more subtle and won't end as soon as the news crews go home.
  24. 2 points
    I don't know. I think I resemble those remarks. My current daily driver, and my last one.
  25. 2 points
    Deblasio should be told to step aside, it is very clear who's side he is on (he's on Sharptons and Obama an Holders side) and Jesse Watters from O'Reilly said his office was very nasty to him after trying to get him on the Factor so it's not a shock to me that Deblasio's crew would try to mess with their benefit's!! These people are heartless evil bastards Sharptons crew marched yelling 'Kill Cop's' well they just did so he should be in jail right now! but he's in the Whitehouse sittin in Obamas chair while he's on va-ca BULLHUSK
  26. 2 points
    Here you go. I can't seem to upload the other pics I took. Will put them on my Flickr page: https://www.flickr.com/photos/125349217@N03/
  27. 2 points
    Merry Christmas & Happy New Year,fellow BMT'ers! Al
  28. 2 points
    Moving along slowly but surely. Dave
  29. 2 points
    LARGE received his 58-piece (China-Made) 3/8ths & 1/4 drive Craftsman set tonight from SWMBO, myself, and his brothers and sister. It did not matter to him that it was made in China. I did not bring it up, and he did not mention it. You guys should have all seen the look on his face, he was as happy as a pig in shit. His Haynes small engine repair manual is due to be delivered on Monday, and he has been hitting youtube videos explaining engines for the last 2-3 weeks. I have the computer programmed not to show any 2-cycle diesel videos.
  30. 2 points
    Nice pics Scott! It is actually an f457. I know as i now own it Thanks for getting it closer to home
  31. 2 points
    Today's progress: 1. Removed the center cap off the spokes, ran it through a wire brush wheel, primed and painted it silver to match the rim. 2. Re-assembled the power steering drag link sans the dime-sized piece of hydraulic line lodged inside and with the second spring it was supposed to have. Installed it back on the truck. The power steering is still a little wonky, hopefully it's because there's still some air in the lines. 3. Put tire and rim back on truck along with the center cap. Armor-alled the tire with tire foam. 4. Checked the steering box to make sure it had oil (it did). 5. Noticed the cross member that connects the back spring mounts of the front axle was loose on the driver's side. Replaced one bolt and tightened everything up. 6. Used a wire brush attachment on my power drill to clean the decades old grit and grime off the original floor mat (the part that goes under the seats), then cleaned it with a solution and installed it back in the cab. 7. Chipped the remaining bits of asphalt that were clinging to the bed extender off the back of the dump body. All in all, it was a good, productive week. We got quite a bit done (again), this time with some eye candy (the wheel/rim) for good measure. The paint job isn't perfect, but by my eyes it's pretty darn good. If you stand back about ten feet or so it looks downright museum quality, and I've never painted anything vehicle-related in my life. Actually, I'm rather stunned by how good it looks. I'm hoping that by the new year this truck will have a straightened, painted bumper and painted fenders.
  32. 2 points
    Saw this bottom dump today in Russells FlatPretty cool coming off the shingle road
  33. 2 points
    Some of the mid 90's kw's came with rectanglular headlights. Others retro fit them.
  34. 2 points
    Today's progress: 1. Scraped and wire brushed the entire floor in the cab a couple times, then wiped it down and brush painted it with black Rustoleum. Pic below. 2. Removed left front tire and rim to get at the power steering drag link. Power steering hasn't been consistent. It'd work (somewhat) and then it wouldn't, so we removed the drag link and found some garbage in the form of a piece of hydraulic line lodged inside and also a set spring was missing. We removed the trash and made a spring. Will assemble it all and re-install it tomorrow. 3. While the rim was off, I cleaned it (and the spokes) and painted them both. The rims will be silver (same color as the radiator cover) and the spokes will be green (same color as the cab and hood).
  35. 1 point
    Finally we got the cab on
  36. 1 point
    Yes, hey I have an idea....Lets make drugs illegal!!!!!! Oh........Shit.........Nevermind.
  37. 1 point
    I think today these big co's buy whats on sale and flip it in 3 years, some are even leasin them,just look at JB Hunt he don't even paint there trucks the company colors any more cause they get a better deal in white so when they flip em they are E/Z to sell! Anyway who the hell wants to keep these new trucks more then 5 or 6 years, with all this new shit they will drive U broke! BULLHUSK
  38. 1 point
    I see the Jag is of the late serie with long rear lights. And I too like this graphite color for it. During about 15 years I had no less than 10 attemts to buy any but always missed it by some reason. Yes, Mercedes G-wagens is my deal, I mostly just part them out. There were a lot of them imported aside of the customs and paperwork fired up later. By the word they are very popular overhere due to the hard city traffic and lots of snow in the streets. The white one in the picture was originally G300/OM617 NA, with no turbo. It's not mine though but the guy's who worked at me. The one with a saw on the pic. It's 1983 and has 3rd body on its frame. The original one was burned off by a fire when he bought it and the second was crashed. Some years ago in-action pic.
  39. 1 point
    380 horsepower is enough, presuming you won't be grossing over 80,000 pounds. But the 6 speed transmission will be fine on the highway, but won't have a low enough first gear for off road start ability on steep uphills.
  40. 1 point
    what a mess,,,,i have a cop in the family out here....myself.....i would certainly take a differant appoach,,,on this entire matter.....tear gas and arrests to start....bob
  41. 1 point
    of course it`ll do the job just not as fast as some
  42. 1 point
    Another picture of it ready for paint.
  43. 1 point
    Tom, nice to see the pics. Thank you.
  44. 1 point
    I had a1/2 sears ratchet wasn't working to well so I put it in 12inch Snap on vice put a little pipe on the handle of ratchet and broke the vice the sales man didn't think that was funny.
  45. 1 point
    I better not visit,huh?
  46. 1 point
    220cummins, 41chevy, thomastractorsvc, and other dog, you guys are very insightful and informed indeed! It's a pleasure to know you even if only by posts. Seems my bloviating (a propensity for verbosity) got you guys all wound up. And yes, there is plenty of blame to go around. As George Carlin said to his audience "The problem is Congress is a club. And you don't belong." On a lighter note... So the kid behind the counter says... "Timing light? What year model sir?"
  47. 1 point
    Hey guys, sorry about the delay in response to everyones inquiry of the story of getting the truck. Its been a long fall, harvest lasted forever and I'm just now getting back to getting some time to reply. Heres the story..... I work for a leading Seed corn and Soybean seed production Company. I work in production and thats a fancy term for working on the farm and planting and harvesting and everything in between. I started 3 years ago come this spring. While I was out spraying a field one day I was going around a woods on a neighboring farm that sits approx. 1/2 mile off a road. It was around June or July and the foliage was pretty thick, but In the midst of the green cover I seen a white stripe on what seemed to be some red metal of some sort. I never thought about it much and continued on my way. So, Come fall, I was back there again spreading some lime and again rounded the corner and began along the side of the woods. I then saw that what I saw before was an old truck of some sort. Again, I just thought...."Hmmm" and contiuned on my way. When I got back to work I asked my boss about the truck. He said that he was back there about 20yrs ago when he started working there and had taken the air horn off of it for one of the spreader trucks but he didnt know what it was for sure........ Last winter I decided to begin the process of gathering parts to build a Diesel Rat Rod. I had bought a '92 Dodge Ram dually with a Cummins. My plans were to remove the Ram body and put a 41-46 Chevy or GMC truck body on it. After looking online for a body and realizing that to find a good one I was gonna have quite a bit of money in it, I decided to scrap the idea and sell the truck and not do it. While I was looking at trucks online I came across a few B Model's and It got me wanting one in a bad, bad way since I have always wanted one. Well, last spring I was spraying burndown on weeds on that farm, again I seen the red mass of steel sitting in the woods. Still did not know what it was from all the brush, trees and vines hanging all over it. From the field It looked like it may be an old White or REO. I stopped the sprayer and marched in the woods. Im not a guy that just goes marching in someones woods to look at stuff and I was actually quite scared to, but I had to find out what this truck was. As soon as I rounded some trees and got on the east side of it where there were no vines or brush I noticed the shine of a Mack emblem on the hood and realized my dream of owning a B Model Mack just may be in sight. Sure enough, according to the serial number a 1962 B61 Mack with a 673 END and a Duplex trans!!. As soon as I gave it a quick look over I started getting brave and sticking my head in the doors and windows. After sitting for some time I was worried that some "thing" had probably made it thier home......and boy was I right. Careful as I was, I slowly lifted the drivers side hood skirt and a damn raccoon was looking right at me just as I opened it! I jumped back and actually threw my back out cause I had moved so fast before my arm could follow my body. Damn raccoons....... So, as soon as I got back to work I went to my boss and told him what I had found and insisted to him that we had to figure out who owned this truck. So, we have this nifty program that we can look on the computer and get tax identification information on any piece of property in that county and also shows the owner of the property. As soon as we found the owner we tried to look his name up but there was no phone number to be found. But as we searched, a few other names showed up that could possibly next of kin to the individual. I tried calling them and the phone number had been disconnected. So, as I hang with doubt about getting in touch with the rightful owner I did a search on the person who would have been possibly the man's daughter. No number was listed but it showed that she had a son, who showed to be 25yrs old. In this day of age, its pretty uncommon to find any 25yr old boy/girl who is not up on the social media. So, with me having an account on a popular social media site I began to search his name....and low and behold I found him. I sent him a message and told him who I was explaining that I was interested in the truck to restore and was wondering if there were any plans for it. With anticipation I was hoping for an answer and never got one that evening. Then I noticed something, he was a truck driver........"Oh No!" I thought. If he is a truck driver, theres no way in hell he will let this go if it truly is his family that owns it!.......Well, the next day I got my answer. He messaged me back and told me that the truck was his grandpa's (who owns the property and farm ground that the truck rests in) who was 92yrs old and suffering from severe Dementia. He said he didnt know much about it but the truck had been there all his life. He said that he was pretty certain that there was no title for the truck to be found as they had tried to find it prior to me asking about the truck. He also said the family had no plans for the truck and that they would entertain an offer to sell it.....YESSSS!! I thought. So, I told him to talk to his family and ask what they thought a fair price would be to sell the truck. He got back with me a couple days later and told me that they did not have a title so to them taking it to the scrap yard without cutting it into pieces wasnt even an option for them. He claimed (and I concur) that the truck weighed roughly 10,000-12,000lbs. And with scrap price right around $300/ton that would equate out to about $1500-1800. He said that since I was saving the truck from sure rapture and that they did not have a title that they asked if I would pay $800. I gladly obliged So, I had a buddy of mine bring his backhoe and drop deck trailer and we rolled it out of the woods. I had to cut one tree out that was growing between the frame rails and one tree right at the corner of the bumper. The two front tires still did and does have air in them. Once we got it out of the foot deep ruts it came right out. The parking brake had been on all this time and is froze to the drum. So I removed the front drivers side rear axle and rolled it on the trailer. Im still ecstatic that I own a B Model, even though I havent had time to get it running yet. That will be first thing on this coming Spring's to do list!! Hopefully with a lot of the expertise from this forum I will be able to learn and accomplish all that I wish to do! Thanks for the warm welcome guys, feels great to own an old Bulldog! On a sad note, the Grandpa passed away this summer....God rest his soul.
  48. 1 point
    Come on,Matt,it's worth $500 to save it from getting scrapped. No brainer if I was that close.
  49. 1 point
    Saw a couple Macks today. A tough looking R-model pulling a Brady trailer, a Del Toro RD and an RD conveyor that I was delivering CA-7 to that blocked the whole street for me so I had to back out and then back in from the other side. I hate housing projects.
  50. 1 point
    kinda looks like the Brockway that never was.
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