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  1. 2 points
    Just passing this on https://siskiyou.craigslist.org/hvo/d/happy-camp-1965-model-mack-truck/6747899322.html
  2. 2 points
    These pieces of iron were hanging out with the AC's Truck Shop
  3. 2 points
    I spent $900 and got a brand spanking new snowblower......and so far......nothing. Best $900 I ever spent and honestly if I never have to use the thing it would be wonderful!!!
  4. 1 point
    Not bellyaching just sharing winter in Reno,,,,,see we got shitty whether here as well sometimes,,,,bob Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    I have a use for a crane to re drum my mixer, do 30 pre fab foundations and eventually pre fab wall panels. Replace the duals with Super Singles and it will work on the beaches to do the sea wall / jetty jobs I have in the spring So drove down to the snowy land of Danville Va to look at a 6x6 AWD 5ton M819 rotator wrecker. Just under 16k miles 2 year old DOD re manufacture. All I would need to do is a set of out riggers to replace the ones it once had. $26,500. Made them a cash offer and will know by Monday. Paul
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    Happy new year to all my friends on the Mack site!! BULLHUSK
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    Just passing this on https://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/hvo/d/mack/6788558436.html
  8. 1 point
    Thanks for the offer but it would be a little hard to get to my place in Southern California and it is a bit more of a project than I currently have the time for.
  9. 1 point
    The Navistar dealers are excited about the CV product. Designed and built by Navistar in partnership with GM, the CV/Silverado is a truck to be reckoned with. I suspect the GM commercial dealers will exceed our expectations.
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    The 2001 rd688st I owned for a year had relays in the glove box and a relay/fuse box under the hood, top center on the firewall. It had an etech 400 engine. FJH and co. might be talking about the accessory relay in the dash under the ash tray. On our mechanical Macks, when you bump your key on it actuates an accessory solenoid in the dash under the ash tray. It powers your gauges, radio, blower, etc. Not sure if the electronic engines use this solenoid too, I expect they do. The last couple I got from Mack are junk, they get hot on our stock truck and stop making contact reliably. Smack it with a screw driver handle usually gets it to engage.
  11. 1 point
    Yes I use them a lot myself they have everything and thier cheep and they ship rite to your door but the old school in me I would still prefer dealing with locals and real people...bob Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Vladislav- it does say Buda Lanova on the rating tag at the back middle of the block you can just make out the small brass tag. I was told this one is a 1952 one of the last Buda's before Allis Chalmers bought them out in 1953. Truck Shop
  13. 1 point
    seems like a real nice one. Location: Kansasville, Wisconsin, 53139 VIN #: EF1S 11862 Mileage: 50,734 Transmission: Manual Condition: Excellent Exterior: Green Interior: Brown Seller’s Description: This truck is an all original one owner truck that was custom built for a local excavator. It was in service until 1985 and put back on the road in 1991 and has been used as a parade vehicle since. It is in excellent running condition, everything works as it should. Price: $20,000 negotiable more pics in the ad: https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/cars-for-sale/mack/unspecified/2214097.html
  14. 1 point
    Don't forget there were Superliner 1st serie and Superliner-II. The one you have with V8 is Superliner-1. Relating to the 2nd generation (starting from 1985) about the frame, front axle, air tanks, radiator and many other things it's almost different story. Those RW2's were built on another chassis and even by another factory. Vlad
  15. 1 point
    Wow! i see Buda-Lanova diesel for the first time. It's not written "Lanova" on it but from the location of injectors it used Lanova pre-chambers.
  16. 1 point
    I like what is said above but honestly have no idea of what that milk was. And more honestly understand nothing of. Welcome back to the forum Ernie!
  17. 1 point
    Put a couple of stamps on that little CAT and send it my way!
  18. 1 point
    Photo taken in Maine Lobsta and MoxieHauler
  19. 1 point
    We just call it horrible freight But in all so honesty there c clamps, grinding discs, flap wheels, moving dollies, moving blankets are good They are also good for limited or occasional use tools The silver tarps are better than the blue ones Price check almost everything I buy on the internet
  20. 1 point
    And a kill or maim you garden thrasher. Truck Shop
  21. 1 point
    It is. They have developed their own variant of a globally established engineering concept. The key note for Americans to realize is, the Chinese are now self-developing high-end technology of all sorts. Typical of Asians, they are aggressive (go getters).
  22. 1 point
    Al that looks mighty fine!
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    I bought Hendrickson part # 7644 for my '88 R690. Bolted right on even though it was made for later RD's. A MACK purest stopped by one day and told me he liked the factory bumper because they had a sharper not a gradual bend in them like mine.
  25. 1 point

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