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  1. Friend of mine sent me this pic taken in 1985. His truck with his Dad's and brothers. Just thought it was a cool pic that has survived 35 years.
    7 points
  2. Neat old tanker. Photo from scanned slide purchased on eBay.
    2 points
  3. I bought this B-42 about a year ago to use for my landscape business, and it has done the job. But I don't have the time to put into keeping it in good shape. Looking to find a good home for it. It comes with some parts (dash parts, fenders, hood, radiator, grill, old rear end, etc). Also has a lot of literature and history with it. Essentially the full history of this truck records kept by previous owners as well as stuff from the Mack Museum. Bought it for $8,000 and have put about $4,000 into it (new front tie rod and tie rod ends, new PTO linkage, new rear wheel seal, new battery, PM
    1 point
  4. Truck in residential streets in New York https://uberhumor.com/what-could-go-wrong-driving-a-truck-illegal-for-residential-streets-in-nyc-press-unmute
    1 point
  5. Nice shed Other Dog! As others have said, just pay attention to anything changing while taking the Prednisone. I'm not allergic to many things.....but I had a reaction to that stuff. Got sores, kinda like cankers all over in my mouth and gums and a bad case of the squirts out the bottom end. Then had to take another med to "firm" me back up, LOL
    1 point
  6. Hey Bubba, we'll get to the bottom of this... Jojo
    1 point
  7. By pass the coolant lines at the Davco and drain the Davco filter housing in a bucket. If you not sure there is a valve on the bottom. Drain it until clear fuel comes out. Don't drain it completely. Drain 250ml (sorry for the units of measurement I'm Canadian). Run the truck and recheck it. You may have to do this several times depending how much coolant contamination there is. As for the EUP codes hopefully they will clear up. Finger crossed. Let us know what you find.
    1 point
  8. Thanks Larry. The shed came from Old Hickory Buildings and Sheds, they made it up 29 north of Lynchburg in Nelson Co, but they make them and have dealers all around. This one was supposed to have gone to a dealer's lot in Danville. I went up there on a Saturday when they were closed just to look and a salesman happened to stop by. He sold me this one as being from the dealer lot in Lynchburg so it would be close enough to get the free delivery.
    1 point
  9. What I've seen done before is to rinse down from the top with mineral spirits or other petroleum solvent. If it's dirty enough you could even soak in a bucket or cutoff barrel of solvent. Blow dry or allow to air dry.
    1 point
  10. Also if you are a diabetic your Morning sugar numbers will go UP!! The next morning after I had the shot and first dose of pills I topped 300.. By the next day it dropped into the 200's and the third week (single pills) in the high 100's. Took another week after I was done to drop back into the 130-150 range..
    1 point
  11. Not quite Hayseed. At 6'1" and 210 and 71 years young I still work out a little and exercise as often as I can. I should proof read my responses better because it sure sounds that I do. Caused a good chuckle on my end.
    1 point
  12. screwed that there is not an 11.26.5 or screwed when you open your wallet for a 1100x24??
    1 point
  13. Hello Jeff M. Great picture. I lived there 25 years, I Graduated from Gray New Gloucster high school in 1987, I drove for Mietta construction in Scarborough for 2 years, 98-2000(Late 70" RD's and DM's)... Merry Christmas, Jojo..
    1 point
  14. It's still hard to beat the looks of an R model Mack.
    1 point
  15. FBGNO-Thanks for the interest-the hoods are in the paint shop-but the body guy had a family issue with his new born grandson which was born way premature. Which far out weighs anything else, my work can wait. Looks like around Jan 1st before I get them back. The thread is a couple pages back called {Near the End} Thanks Freightrain!
    1 point
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  17. That's where the big strip club is not that I'd know it was off sauk trail cause I was hauling from t j.g e Walgreens just west of pozzo mack.those guys at pozzo were great
    1 point
  18. I am getting mama a new phone so it will be easier for her to pick up all of my parts
    1 point
  19. Here is the last part posted.
    1 point
  20. I believe so. I think this truck was one of the aluminum frame and cab setups.
    1 point
  21. I guess you didnt notice an engine miss or rough running. Injector cups on a legacy Mack was not very common. More than likely it's the fuel water separator. If the the injector cup splits then coolant would leak out the fuel line due to capillary action. Hope its the fuel water separatorthat's otherwise it could get expensive. Let us know what you find.
    1 point
  22. Now that would be something, getting slapped in the face with a setbof boobs and losing my false teeth. Life is good.
    1 point
  23. Friends, Talk to me about taking apart the air cleaner! How do we disassemble it? It needs a good cleaning and it's not appearing intuitive. The rubber fittings were all shot, but we got it retrofitted up and ready for scat tube, etc...but it's got to come apart for a good clean. The attached picture is as far as we got. Got the dash painted tonight. Newest pictures load first: https://sjcreativevt.pixieset.com/skippymack/ Cheers!
    1 point
  24. The shed guy delivered the shed today, it's nice. I would have rather had it around back, in front of that big chestnut oak, but it would not clear the power line you can barely see behind it. I could have had the shed guy try to go all the way around the other end and get it there, but the ground is soft and it was raining at the time. It's a lot bigger than the old one too, even has a hay loft. It has a loft storage area at each end, and it's open in the middle. Nice. It was over $3000, but I don't remember exactly how much. I wrote the shed guy a check for
    1 point
  25. The only time both "Red X shutdown" light and "yellow lighting bolt EML" come on at the same is when there is a low coolant fault. ( except on the DPF equipped MP7 and MP8 engines)Check the coolant level and if it's full it could be a coolant level sensor failure.
    1 point
  26. Red X is telling you to shut 'er down. Lightning bolt is telling you electrical problem. With key on (engine off) press and hold cruise control button. Watch and count flashes on dash. That will give the code for the problem. Sometimes its a fuse, sometimes worse.
    1 point
  27. I was dropping off my radiator at the shop yesterday and this truck pulled in. No idea what he hit.
    0 points
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