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Pedigreed Bulldog
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About h67st

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    Old Truck Fan

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    Male
  • Location
    Johnstown Ohio

Forum Info

  • Make
    Mack
  • Model
    H67ST
  • Year
    1960
  • Other Trucks
    1958, 1959, 1961 H67T's

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  1. An ad on ebay for a dealer's technical service manual, he says it's for fire trucks and buses. Looks like it's got a lot of info in it. Starting bid $100. https://www.ebay.com/itm/1958-MACK-Technical-Service-Manual-MACK-TRUCK-SERVICE-SHOP-REPAIR-BOOK-MANUALS/124282091876?hash=item1cefca3964:g:Xl8AAOSwEVBfJccO
  2. B model hood on ebay, $1,300 plus $350 shipping. Going by those prices, my truck should be worth about $100,000! And by the way, those are not louvers--they're rust holes. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Green-1953-1966-Mack-B61-Vintage-Butterfly-Hood-W-Louvers/193603284633?hash=item2d13a7ae99:g:jU8AAOSwz7dfIuOL
  3. h67st

    1988 MH613

    The ad says it has a 350 9 speed on taperleaf camelback. $4,750 https://columbus.craigslist.org/cto/d/lancaster-1988-mack-mh/7168264787.html
  4. Classic theme song by Merle Haggard!
  5. That was a crazy movie, but it was pretty neat to watch that old Pete rolling down the highway.
  6. Super nice looking truck! You don't see those very often.
  7. It took me a minute to get the title of your post, I just had to sing it like Axl Rose.
  8. Those electronic logs are nice...you don't need kindling and matches.
  9. I'm putting my H model together from 4 trucks, but thankfully I've got a clear title for the vin on the frame rail so no need for any fancy title work!
  10. I don't know anything about the APADS, but I figured the compressor would kick off before the pressure got that high.
  11. I've driven several Petes that had a real nice ride.
  12. You would definitely wake up the locals coming through town with a 3 or 4 cylinder Detroit!
  13. I was planning to use caster shims under the spacer blocks; then I noticed one of my H models doesn't have shims in it. As I was looking at the spacer blocks, I happened to notice that one end is thicker than the other (2-1/8" one end, 2-1/4" other end). I guess I'll put the thicker end in front and once the truck is all together, see if the caster angle is good. I've never measured caster angle before...can I measure it by putting a level on the spring seat of the front axle?
  14. Looks like someone has an air line run to the aneroid valve.
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