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    The FN model was built in 1940-1941 with 150 being produced.
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    Here is the mate to J.Hancock's CH Tanker. CJ is the 10 wheel version.
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    Sawmill Trucking NYC 1968
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    Mack set the standard for ruggedness for others to follow.
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    Would take the sting outta a tow bill if it was that unit towing you.
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    If they are original, and you have the cash, replace them. Otherwise run them. Most of the injector line fires occurred on ASET AC engine and not the ASET AI engines (like yours). Did you shop PAI for parts cost?
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    Geez I should not say that but I can't figure which is worse a company that takes Government bailout then goes bankrupt and tells the public they paid the money back or the dumb ass that would vote someone that would let it happen, MAPA. make America poor again, vote Democrat ! Think I'll run for congress , district 3 GA. bet i'd be in the news every week as I call out the real crooks, Democrats. I'll have MAPA shirts on sale soon $8.00 still working on shipping, trying to get a amazon like deal from posatal service. just need to find the right crook to payoff.
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    Chevy/GM are like Democrats, they suck.
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    Handsome tank truck.
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    Thanks Mack Technician for this post its beyond helpful.Turns out my Mack Granite is up to date (according to Mackpro ) (Thanks Mackpro) Its fantastic that you guys take the time to help a complete stranger. Not a lot of Mack here on the west coast. I also appreciate the link for service manual download. Its something I've been needing for a while. Gearing up for the start of this conversion and will be starting soon. Question though is it necessary to replace the fuel lines? most everything I read says to replace them with new, but seems to me to be a bit of overkill. I already have the exhaust manifold and most of the rest of parts is on order. One cost that surprised me is the gaskets for manifold but gotta have them oh well. Really looking forward to starting this project
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    I didn't know they recycled the CH name
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    It sounds like they put bigger tires on the F-550 and called it a day. GVW is about 2K#'s under the GM/NAV. But, that's the move I would have made. I have a feeling the F-600 will be a hit, and will eat F-650 sales.
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