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  1. Hello everyone and thanks for accepting me in the group. I'm Sandro from Italy, trying to buy a 1972 mack r700. I hope to close the deal soon and join the family. Forgive me for writing errors 😉
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  2. Hollis, NH Fire Department's former Engine 363, a 1968 Ford "N-950"/Moody. It was later rebuilt into a tanker by Valley Fire Equipment Company.
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  3. a 464 or 540 would not have a 24 volt starting system. wire the governor open.... cough cough. let her run
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  4. full credit to the original writer and more importantly the truck driver that did it Paul
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  5. Well, not quite that kind, but I'll say on a positive note! The season started late, like everything this year. Had motor issues over the winter but got them straightened out. Didn't really race until the end of June? With little racing, I started running the car on off weekends, just playing and trying to do some testing on things to handle the increased power. In doing so, I dropped it on the oil pan one day, breaking the fan off the radiator and cutting it open, crunching the bottom of the oil pan enough I was concerned about the pickup tube so out it came. With a new pan a
    1 point
  6. My Mack parts guy was able to find an aftermarket just passing info along if anyone needs one too
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  7. After all the trouble, it ended up being the boost pressure sensor on top of the intake just behind the intercooler. I had replaced the sensor on the rear of the intake near the firewall, but it was the other sensor. Hope this helps someone else in the future.
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  8. 6v53 in a B85 would have a bigger bell. probably a 2 with a 67 series trans. i have a 401 or two i would let go for cheap. probably need a ring job as they smoke but can hear run
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  9. Please don't shoot me but I may have found a solution to the junk 401. I just bought a 6v53 and a 4-53 (package deal). The old mack has a TRD77 10 speed. I would like to mate this to the 6v53. I think the TRD77 has SAE 3 bell. Can I bolt the two together?
    1 point
  10. Do I think Trump is a jerk? Yes - Do I value results? Yes. This makes the case for him IMO and why I'm forced to vote for him again. A little long, but well written I could not have said it better myself !!!! Whose fault is it anyway?
    1 point
  11. Got the truck in the shop over the weekend. Tonight we got her up on jack stands, took off the wheels and got to work. Our understanding is that the truck had run within the last handful of years. No reason not to believe the person we bought it from as we have a good working relationship. Someone had done some work in recent years (evidence including fresh fluids, spark plugs, etc..) but it had been outside exposed to the elements when we purchased it. Tonight we confirmed that the air system can hold air with just some minor leaks (still all copper lines) and we managed to get all th
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  12. 1962 B 61 mounted on a 1988 GMC C 3500, disassembled for paint as of right now, 1972 454, Turbo 400 trans, 373 rear gears,power steering/brakes, air conditioning /heat, Heated Bench seat is green with green and black hounds tooth cloth middle, black carpeting, Green LED gauges, and mechanical gauges for temp,oil and alternater (just because I don't trust electrical sending unit gauges), air horns, rear air bags, back up camera, 10'x 6'1" custom bed. 1.25" white oak bed with stainless skid strips, new glass and seals. new rubber and brakes all around. This truck is being built as a
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  13. A couple more different specs courtesy of Nortrux Mack in Alberta, Canada. Odd that anybody would want an Anthem dump truck. But like has been said, probably cheaper than a Granite.
    1 point
  14. probably should be in Doubleclutchs FAIL thread as Well...
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  16. I know what you mean! Some of the stuff I used to think was ugly looks pretty cool now. Maybe it is just that it looks so much better than the stuff we have now? Or, maybe it's just that it takes you back to an earlier time? Either way, I am finding new interest in old stuff.
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