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About Mikesbucketlistmack

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    I've been a Mack truck lover since I was a kid and drove some Macks in my working life. Now that I am retired, I have finally bought my first Mack: a 1981 single axle R611ST to use and play with ! I like cats, the Three Stooges, and of course, Mack trucks, especially R Models. I worked for 24 years for the Post Office, and drove a Postal trailer truck for 13 years. I work as the Director of Music for the local Catholic church in these retirement days.
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  1. Mike, while you are looking for a proper horn button if you can find the horn relay you could run a separate wire off it to something hot under the dash with an accessory  fuse to one of those old fashioned horn buttons they are still sold in parts stores.Just find a place to mount it that's accessible but doesn't screw up the dash!

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      Underdog, on the subject of our once proud steel industry,my best friend is from Warren oh and were talking the other night about Copperweld, U.S. Steels Homestead Works is another tragedy,The largest Bessemer converter in the world now houses a Dave and Busters restaurant and a couple other minimum wage type facilities! The o/o hauling " untarped slab" from Homestead to Clairton works (less than 20 mi) were earning 1000.00 a day with old day cab R models!  The problem as I see it is not unions,it's union greed the reason we needed unions in the first place was corporate greed! 

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