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  1. Best to send you wheel cylinders to White Post Restorations (https://whitepost.com/#hometop). They are experts at rebuilding these for large trucks including the Hydro-Vac unit. They have done many, many Mack hydraulic brake parts.
  2. Its worth more like $600-800 bucks max.
  3. Just passing this on. Looks to be all there, but a lot of work for a rare find https://pittsburgh.craigslist.org/cto/d/sinnamahoning-rare-1958-mack-bus-for/6826604434.html
  4. No, it wasn't yours I saw. It was definitely slime green/yellow in color.
  5. I'm almost 90% sure I saw this rig on a step deck heading south on I-81 in Hagerstown roughly a few weeks after the auction ended. Sorry I don't have any idea who hauled her or were she was going but my assumption is she's still around.
  6. Factory Diesel, no power steering, I believe 46,000 + - original miles, steers have only about 1000 miles on but are 15 years old. The rear tires have a bout 30% tread left and are atleast 20+ years old. Body is a Brunco re-hab, but still looks pretty close to a Mack body. Rear axle ratio was updated when I bought her, so he will run 60-63 at 1900 rpm. There are 2 -3 small cancer areas....one in on pass side between the fender and axle handle, and the other is at the rear but above the drivers side battery box (right in front pump panel). NO other rust! When I bought her 15 years ago it was actively pumping...but I have not pumper her in the last 10 years. She will need the treadle foot valve replaced as it is leaking air and she should have her injectors gone over (pump is perfectly fine). I also have a 2 spare doors, 2 fenders, 2 windshields and more assorted parts that I will include in the sale. $8,700.00 obo May also consider trades. Truck is Located in the Hagerstown, MD area. Doug 301-573-4693
  7. Factory Diesel, no power steering, I believe 46,000 + - original miles, steers have only about 1000 miles on but are 15 years old. The rear tires have a bout 30% tread left and are atleast 20+ years old. Body is a Brunco re-hab, but still looks pretty close to a Mack body. Rear axle ratio was updated when I bought her, so he will run 60-63 at 1900 rpm. There are 2 -3 small cancer areas....one in on pass side between the fender and axle handle, and the other is at the rear but above the drivers side battery box (right in front pump panel). NO other rust! When I bought her 15 years ago it was actively pumping...but I have not pumper her in the last 10 years. She will need the treadle foot valve replaced as it is leaking air and she should have her injectors gone over (pump is perfectly fine). I also have a 2 spare doors, 2 fenders, 2 windshields and more assorted parts that I will include in the sale. $8,700.00 obo
  8. Zack1978, I have a 64 C85 with a factory diesel that I would sell. I live in the Hagerstown, MD area, so not too far away from you. I have attached a few photos of the rig. PM me if you would like to discuss further. Doug
  9. Superliner's use 2 brackets that are contoured to the back side of the tank hangers. I was able to find a drawing of the brackets so I am having them made new.
  10. Looking to purchase the complete crossover fuel line brackets for a Superliner 1. Thanks Doug
  11. I also have 8 rims, but have never shipped overseas either.
  12. I agree, but that's what the parts system shows.
  13. Both pieces of glass are NO longer available from Mack, at least using the part numbers listed above. 124SX44 is the LH replacement for 9QT516A and Watts has 4 in stock. 124SX45 is the RH replacement for 9QT515A and Watts has 1 in stock
  14. Its the square module that is mounted directly behind the ECU towards the fire wall. It has a pressure sensor in the top of it that can be change out. Sometime though, the whole module may need replaced along with the sensor. Also make sure your fuel supply inlet isn't clogged with debris, which can reduce pressure. If you don't replace this, eventually you will clog the DPF and a regen will be prohibited. SPN3471 FMI 7 = After treatment injection shut-off valve, Shut off valve stuck, AHI fuel pressure too low.
  15. That is John Chalmers'....if you look at the 2nd photo, you will see him sitting next to it on the drivers side.
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