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    1957B61Vt

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    j hancock

    BMT Benefactor


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    Pedigreed Bulldog


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    Pedigreed Bulldog


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  1. 1968 R-685 237 5 speed going to put her to work ! Pretty decent ole dawg !
    9 points
  2. Great looking tractor!
    5 points
  3. Rush Limbaugh nailed it with his Undeniable Truth of Life #24: Feminism was established so as to allow unattractive women access to the mainstream of society.
    5 points
  4. Look in u're Funk And Wagnalls under P.O.S. ................... n there it iz LOL cya
    3 points
  5. Strapped, clamped, bolted and pinned together. Gaps and panels all lined up and now all welded together in one big piece. Just the roof to attach and a whole bunch of fine tuning before bodywork. Big progress in the last few weeks and can't wait to have this part behind me.
    3 points
  6. There's two fish in this picture. Mack's the little one who has very little to say about what direction they're heading. Sad, sad state of affairs.
    2 points
  7. Few photos outside of the garage.
    2 points
  8. no other place surpasses el paso during rodeo 2 weeks
    2 points
  9. I had to special order them. needed them to reach the hard spots. 24" reach!!
    2 points
  10. Nope, you can't have a sleeper on a North American Mack Titan heavy haul, but here, let us sell you a Volvo with any option you want, including a Cummins engine. https://www.truckpaper.com/listings/trucks/for-sale/189857253/2020-volvo-vnx84t740
    1 point
  11. I’m contemplating selling my 86 mack tri-axle. I have not completely made my mind up yet, however I wanted to post and see if anyone would have any interest in it. The truck is my “baby” and has had a lot of work done to it. Feel free to msg me for more specifics. The specs are: 1986 rd-688s e6- 350 2 valve tip turbine 12spd 44,000 4.64 rears on Hendrickson spring The pictures I’m posting are not the best and when I get a chance to pull the truck out of the garage I will take better ones. thanks Brandon Don’t mind the messy garage.
    1 point
  12. I like them. The HX is one of the nicest trucks I have drove, and I have driven every brand. I'm only 5'9' though, so I have no issues with cab room. I like that cab, but I do miss the old dash that I had in my 5600i and 9900i. I wish now that I would have got one of those last Cat trucks when they offered them as a glider to get rid of the last chassis they had on hand. That would have been sweet, basically an HX with a 3406E or C15.
    1 point
  13. Hi Vlad, I agree with you almost all the time but. The frame rails are the same on the LT and W frames. This is a photo of my LTL frame and the spread is obvious towards the front.
    1 point
  14. In addition to the Kenworth and Peterbilt, two more of the same style - International and Sterling
    1 point
  15. Nice. 6 speed low hole would be nice, then again we ran many 237/5 speeds grossing 80,000! Too bad you can't buy such a bullet proof truck today
    1 point
  16. Yes was a tractor yrs ago I’m sure was sold new at lawerence Mack in mass nice older gent I got it from it was a spare for his buisness he said it was time to downsize and he didn’t like it sitting around
    1 point
  17. Right on man how exciting first Mack I ever drove was a 68 R model Trash truck 1973 was only 17 Great memories and good choice my friend that sucker has got all the cool stuff set up perfect have a ball with it.... bob
    1 point
  18. 1 point
  19. 5 speed? Started life as a tractor??
    1 point
  20. Great looking Dog!
    1 point
  21. Thank you sir ! i will for sure its in pretty good shape ! My first R model I looked for a while for a decent one I could afford the older gent I got it from did all new brakes drums s cams and bushings wheel bearings etc new wheels spacers rears are virgin case caps steers are brand new it runs and goes over the road good I'll post more when I bring it home next week
    1 point
  22. The W model used the same frame rails as the LTL. The LTH was 1/16" thicker and of course less aluminum pieces. I have built from scratch both the LTL and the W model. Until you get up to the front spring hangers and the front axle they are identical as frame and cross members go. of course there is also the cab mounts that differ.
    1 point
  23. Why are you at a mall? All you see there are the pregnant teenagers Now the scenery is far better in downtown LA. The women dress that way because they want the attention. You just have to be nice about it complement them on there frontal projections, cloths or boots and you get smiles.
    1 point
  24. It’s because a certain segment of the population can’t read
    1 point
  25. I’ve found bad valves without digging too deep. Usually I pull the rocker shaft, let the valves close and pressurize the cylinder through the injector bore with a rubber tip blowgun. Be interesting to see how much blowby slippage you’d observe with pan off pressurizing cylinder. Wouldn’t stick any limbs in there while engine can spin from air pressure.
    1 point
  26. Take care of ol gal, she will still give you years of good service.
    1 point
  27. Be careful when putting cam roller followers back in, they’re ceramic. They can crack if you drop them into the bore and they strike the lobe.
    1 point
  28. never knew they made vice grip clamps that big!! terry Oh yeah your going to have a beautiful truck when done!!
    1 point
  29. You said in your first posting “#1 pump came apart and had a misfire”. Did the EUP (electronic unit pump) shed its spring? Is that what you called “coming apart”.
    1 point
  30. Steering column out for painting and the new wheel. New seats came in, roll of embossed vinyl for the firewall door panels and can back came in. I've had a couple of truck speaker boxes under a bench for at least 15 years finally will have home for them. I plan on connectiing them together spaced apart to install a stereo and cb in between and use as a center console between the seats. Anybody know how to get the headliner down without cracking it? I'd like to dynamat the roof and change the air horn but it doesn't want to pop out. I really don't want to break it. Also found a dash panel on
    1 point
  31. I guess that's why folks out there just go in the street...can't figure out which restroom they're supposed to use, and when ya gotta go, ya gotta go.
    1 point
  32. Think about it your strolling through mall and along comes a set legs that go from here to there and of course a set of hooters that have Grand Canyon cleavage and of course her blouse is like one size to small and you gaze at her beauty and your called a pig ???? well if you did not dress that way which I assume was done so that I would look then you would have to worry about me taking in the sites but instead you entrap me into looking only so that I could be accused of being a pig and of course I doubt that my tongue wagging back forth had nothing to do with it. she should attend a truck
    1 point
  33. Tire repair shop in Farmington NH says their the "Best place in town to take a leak". .....Hippy
    1 point
  34. Either way, we could be screwed....
    1 point
  35. Bit of an Eye opener for me Never see that Happen!
    1 point
  36. If your goal was to make me jealous, mission accomplished... just the thought of that being the truck I want to haul my firetrucks with and knowing that I’ll never be able to realistically dream of owning one... looks especially nice hauling that big chrome box though!
    1 point
  37. Fine looking ride! I took a picture of a 1985 Cat powered non-star a few years back and liked the look of the routing for the pipes.
    1 point
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