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  1. swishy it ain't the fact the team lost. it is the fact the team lost due to election rigging . there is no way possible biden could possibly get 81 million votes without cheating..
    3 points
  2. Another Binder added to the fleet. 69’ 270 Cummins and a 10 sp
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  3. Hey all you truckers! New O/O here going into business fairly soon here, I've just bought a 77 R686 with an E6-350 and a T1070 6 speed that I'm putting back together. I guess these trucks came from a company out of Bremerton WA that used to pull pup trailers behind them, truck was last registered about 15 years ago. I do see a few Mack's out here in western WA that have the same paint scheme with the spade on the front that are still running! I'm very curious to hear stories from anyone that may know of the company that originally owned these trucks; what it was like
    2 points
  4. Swishy, Basically you are right!!! BUT since the dumbocrats have harassed Trump from the day he was elected, including a vote for impeachment 10 days before his term was over. Why not return the "Courtesy"??? When Trump carried the whole nation, except for the big cities, There is something in our voting process that STINKS!!!
    2 points
  5. I have a 1948 KB-7... I will be learning about a truck that is new to me.. I cant wait to get started on it... I'm proud to have it.. Jojo
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  6. I hope this helps........
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  7. Mack RTV part number is 342SX33
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  8. Skippy, Contact Bub Warren at Diamond T Rubber in Amarillo TX, 806-374-3056 or lilyellowbus37@gmail.com he also stocks rubber parts for Macks and other makes.
    1 point
  9. Thanks guys for all the info. Big help. Does anyone know the part number for the sealer for the liner counterbore. I dont want to use the wrong stuff and have a leak
    1 point
  10. I live in a county that mostly votes blue with their hand out. Although there were a few more votes cast in 2020 than there were in 2016, the ratio was about the same. In other counties in my state, there were HUGE shifts in the usual ratios, all towards the blue candidate. Odd thing is, those shifts were not mirrored in the races for other offices, only for the Presidency. Even more suspicious is that those counties that showed vast increases of blue votes, the folks running the polls are all democrats!
    1 point
  11. Personally I think China has hacked into it especially the electro come on now really????????? You get around rural Nevada all you see is Trump banners...... bob
    1 point
  12. Excellent have a ball ... 3 day weekend yaaaaaaaaaahooooooo.. bob
    1 point
  13. We ran them in semis grossing 80-85k depending on how you got loaded. Let the Maxidyne do it’s thing and lug is down into it’s sweet spot with the torque. If you think you have to keep the R’s up all the time you will always be tach’ed out. Those guys with the bigger power and more gears may be ahead of you, but I really doubt they will get an extra load on you at the end of the day.
    1 point
  14. very trouble free set up, but not a good transmission for a pup, to wide of gear ratios. but they were used for alot of years. terry
    1 point
  15. Where at in the the heights? Thats where I live. Must be the steel plant off of east end
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  16. Why all the drama if your team lost ......... so B it wait till next election n vote your way Im a Trump supporter ......... but if U loose bad luck just front up next time part of the U.S. problem is U don't have compulsory voting get over it .... move on .... it aint the end of the world BIDS2BC cya
    1 point
  17. Macks are my thing, but i have a few IHC's. 1917 K, 1924 modell 33 and 63, about 1927/8 model 93, 1965 loadmaster (i believe) with a detroit v6 and allison automatic (former us govt truck). Also remnants of a transtar cabover (cummings and tranny-runs). I sold several KB8 and 9's a couple years ago.
    1 point
  18. Mack did away with the o-ring... On the liner there is the tall ring(step) around the liner, measure the low groove just outside the circumference of the tall step.. you will use a small amt. of Mack Gray sealant on the shelf in the counter bore to seal in the coolant. the head gasket will take care of the top... jojo
    1 point
  19. 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
  20. I would sure love for this to be wrong, but I tell you from experience that if you thought 2020 was bizarre, 2021 may make it seem like bliss. Welcome to North Korea.
    1 point
  21. Be on the lookout for a white paint mark on a crank journal. That means that journal was undercut by .002" from the factory.
    1 point
  22. You really should replace that ground cable right from the starter motor housing to a clean and bare spot on the frame, then paint over the connection to keep it corrosion free. Even better yet run directly to the negative battery terminal via a "flag" terminal, or direct termination. Inrush current on a cold start can top 1200A until the engine gets to spinning and then decays rapidly. However this inrush current needs the least resistant path, (electrically) for efficient electron flow. This is where heavy gauge cable, (2/0AWG minimum) is a large player. If this cable is missing or compromis
    1 point
  23. Just brought this great old Mack home today. Thanks, Justine for all your help.
    1 point
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