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h67st last won the day on July 16

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  1. They're asking $12,500...the sheet metal actually looks pretty good for the age. https://zanesville.craigslist.org/hvo/d/junction-city-mack-dump-truck/7222257899.html
  2. 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.
  3. Yeah, if you could start it up and drive it, it might be worth 5 grand. It looks the rust has rust on it.
  4. I never did understand why labor disputes rose to the level of killing or maiming people. That's someone who's got their priorities completely out of whack.
  5. Sweeeeet! (sorry, just couldn't resist)
  6. Yes, there's a thread on this site of him building it.
  7. I'm going to need a full gasket set (not head gaskets, but everything else); does anyone know where to get one? I was hoping to get a decent price (I know, good luck). Also need a water pump and air compressor, I can get these rebuilt but just checking to see if you have any sources for new/rebuilt ones.
  8. Looks to be in pretty decent shape. $1,100 in Weedsport NY. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Mack-Cab-LJ-LJX-B73-B75-B77/124392639442?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649
  9. The guy who brings this beautiful custom-built miniature Pete to Macungie used a bread truck chassis with a 5.9 Cummins...worked out very well for him.
  10. Someone who used to have LJ rubber parts is John Chalmers in Cashtown PA. (717)334-8709 (let it ring about 10 times).
  11. I like Vlad's answer and dcweasel's reason for the spring. I'm going to look through my repair manual to see if there's anything mentioned about it. The thoughts about starter lube are good--I'll have to keep that in mind when I put the truck together.
  12. Anybody know what this valve is for? It's on the inlet side of the pump after the primer/transfer pump.
  13. Throw a belt on that rear wheel and you can power all your shop tools!
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