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  1. I was saddened to hear the news of his passing. He was one of the greatest actors of our time. No matter the roll he played, he did it with passion, pride and excellence. I never heard anything about him being one of those typical elitist Hollywood types which leads me to believe he may have been a good guy to talk about life on a barstool somewhere over a few beers. My personal favorite of his was Captain Marko Ramius in the movie "The Hunt for Red October." followed by his portrayal as Police Officer James Malone in the movie "The Untouchables." His role as Ramirez in the movie "Highlander"
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  2. Long live the steel dash Mack!
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  3. Got to the polling station about 90 min ago. Still waiting in line. Snapped this pic when I arrived.
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  4. It's not a for sale ad.
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  5. They probably say they're not available because their computer doesn't have a picture of it. Your dealer must have parts guys working there.
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  6. It's NOT a Mack Pickup conversion. But, here's a Nicely Done (apart from the Colour[My Opinion]) Aussie Pickup conversion.. https://www.truckinwithkermie.com/blog/laurie-reads-inter-difference?fbclid=IwAR2BQIDc0VrAek9_gY0fspusRHFlBNHGL74K25AEIR_UGXQXKIZXFhdMWSI
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  7. Thanks for the updated information Vlad. It sounds like you have quite a bit of work ahead. It will make for some real good reading on this site. I always enjoy seeing your work as you are indeed a craftsman and strive for perfection. Keep the pictures coming too. Thank you sir.
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  8. The project is moving step by step. Unfortunately not really fast due to many other affairs which took attention. Currently all the soft skin parts are ready, 80% of the chassis parts are sandblasted/painted and ready to assemble, plenty of new parts bought, imported and are laying on shelves. Including brake chambers, airbags, different bushings, windshields, all the chrome trim including front bumper etc. Next big step is rebuilding the engine I already have the most new parts for either. After it's done the most extensive and "sleaky" job is expected - I will need to part out my running tru
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  9. newer brakes canisters use a 2-chamber design. One has a diaphragm which uses compressed air to actuate the brake. The other chamber has a diaphragm with air going to one side and a compression spring on the other side. This second chamber is the parking/emergency brake. The 2nd diaphragm is pushed down to release by pressing the release valve in the cab. If the air pressure drops, the spring will automatically apply the brake. These brake units typically have a "caging" bolt which allows you to manually compress the spring and release the emergency/parking brake. Many older trucks
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