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  1. I never new FWD went all over the world I new the odd one came to Australia but this one is Turkey WOW anyway I seem to recall someone here FWD as long as they dont have GM's
    4 points
  2. Here's one that still works in Ontario. I can't remember what engine it had? I thought it was a gas 6 cyl. But think that can't be right. I need to take notes when I talk to people. The second pic isn't very good because I took a pic of a pic. But if you really squint your eyes, you can see it moving a building.
    3 points
  3. Waiting for spring, part 2. bulldogboy
    3 points
  4. Here's something I've been working on for a while now. It only needs some decals.
    2 points
  5. New IE11? Huh? I ain't got nuthin' new. I'm still running windows 98.............................LOL!!! (well, okay, not W98 but old IE)
    2 points
  6. I am repainting the Value Liner back to it's original colors. Gordon McCracken from Australia is going to do the scroll work back to the original for me as well. He is coming over to the ATHS show in Salem and we are going to have a few days set aside for him to give us all a show of his handy work. He will do the work on site at the show. And since I get confused over who all is on both the ATHS site and this one I will post over on it as well.
    2 points
  7. I did just the opposite and it worked..........I put a steel dash in a +3 cab.
    2 points
  8. I have been looking for awhile for a 35 ton low bed, so I found this for an affordable 5,800. It's an 84 needs paint and some minor TLC, brakes new, needs tires and a plus the custom fenders to keep road crap off the B model when I start hauling it.
    1 point
  9. 2000 CH 613, 460 each tech,cruise, Jake's, air ride,200 inch wheelbase,530,000 miles New- turbo, injectors, air compressor, clutch, airbags, leveling valve, fifth wheel, all new in last 30,000 miles including Firestone steer tires and Michelin X one drive tires. Great running and driving truck! $25000.00 obo call Chris 513-617-8992
    1 point
  10. Started putting the new rear skirt on the tanker body. It's a little rough to start with. It still needs a lot of dressing and finishing. It's not easy making a flat sheet of metal curve like you want it to without a roller.
    1 point
  11. Interesting history from an interesting time period. Paul http://blog.hemmings.com/index.php/2016/03/02/calamity-jane-a-heavy-duty-heroine-for-the-nuclear-age/?refer=news
    1 point
  12. Keep KS he is a Mack treasure!
    1 point
  13. I can say on a top secret basis that he is currently work on the possibility to continue posting on here since his upload limits are almost achieved. And as I could figure out the things don't go smooth. Hope Burry will work that issue soon. And it seems we should denote our appreciating and interest to his posts, that might help. Vlad
    1 point
  14. I finally got the decals for the F-Mack. It looked great already, but this is the icing on the cake.
    1 point
  15. Good nights rest mate if gunna drive all that way we gunna hit the turps big time and them Im gunna sleep no matter were it is LOL Paul
    1 point
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  17. These are a pair of A-C HD-19's joined and built specifically for the Garrison Dam project. Didn't the D9D have a 48 foot blade? I know Cat did a Super Push twin Engine D-8 around 1948 or 49. (top 2 pics) CAT Siamese D9D third pic
    1 point
  18. I enjoyed the articles about White Motor Company in WOT. I agree the White 5000 (wrap your a$$ in fiberglass) was a flop. I do own a White 5000 with a 220 Cummins radiator tilts with cab. By no means was the White 7000 (Japaneese Freightliner ) a flop. It was used by many Eastern and Southern Fleets. If you go by fleet usage I think by seeing all of them in use up to the late 1980's it was very successful.
    1 point
  19. Yup Now we got more room to put more junk on the frame for the next round of emissions standards. Great!!!
    1 point
  20. I don't take change well. But I signed in , and in big letters it says Hello 85snowdog ……and it was beside the older non symmetric bulldog. I love it !!! Good job Barry Keith
    1 point
  21. Very Nice !! Like Jim said, its an E6 350 4 valve. I have the same thing a 1988 R688ST . Don't knock your 237 though. Its not fast, but it will get you home every time. lol
    1 point
  22. I'm guessing you meant caboose? I've seen a few in the area that have been turned into guest houses, cabins and one is used as a rental near other little rental cabins.
    1 point
  23. R = Really really Good LOL R = Reduced Speed version of Basic Model (Reduced RPM) cya
    1 point
  24. The old IPB system used a crazy system of usernames AND display names. When they went to version 4, they did away with the usernames and kept display names so if you had a different name before, PM me and I will change it for you! The system used now is a lot better! We also lost some stuff like the Dealer forum but I will have a sign up form for it again real soon! It's a hurdle but things will be a lot better for the future!
    1 point
  25. Came across this in my albums.
    1 point
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  27. This is a touchy subject because if you don't get the EXACT match, it will be a disaster. With the stamped information off each rim, it may be possible to get the correct ring info. The rims MAY be the same but it should be verified. Check out page 24. http://www.accuridecorp.com/files/2012/10/Accuride-Wheels-Rim_Wheel-Safety-and-Service-Manual-ACC7-0002-Rev-4-06-22-12.pdf
    1 point
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  29. Man I love that truck! Top job on the transplant. He a skilled surgeon.
    1 point
  30. I have a '12 CHU with a Mdrive and I'm not too sure how much I like it. It's great in traffic, but there are times when it starts shifting crazy. And I have noticed when it's in performance mode it's not kicking out on its own, you have to manually kick it out. There are times I'm in neutral and when I hit the drive button it doesn't go int gear right away. And I've had the dealer look at it and put the updated software in. It has little over 400,000 miles. I'm thinking it might end up being a problem. On top of some of the other stuff that has been going wrong with it, I'm thinking I mi
    1 point
  31. Sorry guys...didn't have any time for warnings, we had a potential hack and I couldn't gett he code out without upgrading to the latest forum software. I tried to hold out as long as I could but this change was inevitable! Post pics and signatures should come back soon...the forum is actually still updating in the background. It will take a little while so it doesn't crash the server. Don't worry, we will get through this, LOL! It's not thaaaaaat bad!
    1 point
  32. tell him we all said WTF, Randy....
    1 point
  33. Dave has nearly completed this project. Only needs to build an air intake snorkle to air cleaner. Nice looking job.He has had it out and says it really put some bark into the old bulldog
    1 point
  34. you wouldn't have expected anything else from me,would you? I wish I still had the ambition to polish wheels like that again
    1 point
  35. Pat, With all the so called "defections" to Paccar, nice to see a big order with the dog on the hood!
    1 point
  36. Everything but one set of spokes is completely painted (right side only).
    1 point
  37. Today's progress: 1. Finished up the exhaust. The old (original?) support bracket failed, causing the new 4" exhaust to fall off the manifold. Bracket is replaced with new and exhaust is now up and tight to the manifold. Cab is quieter and no more smoke inside. 2. Finished the defroster. I had to re-route the main air line behind the dash to fit the defroster hose. Also, could not find 2.5" flexible hose anywhere (I even thought about using the hose from a shop-vac), so I bought 1.5" sump pump hose and used two rubber fittings to neck each end down to the 1.5" diameter hose. Once it was all do
    1 point
  38. NO, it has a Fuller RTO14613. It did have a RTOO14613 and he changed it out to give a more practicle setup. It has 3.70 rear axle ratio.
    1 point
  39. Some people will love it, the more traditional folks will wonder why. I think it's pretty cool. It certainly goes well with the green paint! Is it a Mack gearbox?
    1 point
  40. Ever seen a Dressta?
    1 point
  41. Cat D7N with ripper attachment...
    1 point
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