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  1. As well as a 10 speed transmission. FW
  2. Repo Swan Island Sheet metal, Portland OR FW
  3. When they came out their advertising literature said "we just un cornered the dump body market" in the 70's I think. FW
  4. I have bits and pieces of one of these, the body is hydraulic, pump mounted to the base of the cylinder. FW
  5. Pressure test the aftercooler for leaks. FW
  6. Tilted engines 743 and 855, White 4000, 9000, Ford N, LN, LNT, Brockway 359, 361, GMC-Chev 9500, Brigadier, Bison and few others. FW
  7. I have had many parts cast, the difficulty is a good piece for a pattern. FW
  8. Of the diesel powered X's , 81X, 813X, 83X, and 815X. 47, 38, 19, and 2 for a total of 106 units, I have no listing for the B80's. FW
  9. E Models didn't have wing vents, A models used them. FW
  10. The ends are serviceable, many times you can rotate the ball stud and tighten the end plug. FW
  11. I have these available for the aluminum frame windshields as well as the single piece for the hinge type. Contact nekservices@aol.com
  12. pre war E's and L's used them. then the E's, L's, W's and H's used the CB lights. FW
  13. I have posted this before, I have and read and article about Brockway and its development of the Brockway Superliner. I will find it soon and report back, I do remember a person from Brockway had many drawings and renderings and went to Mack to reveal them and Mack retained them. all for now until I find the article. FW
  14. Was that the era that Mack did not recommend to reuse the bolts? FW
  15. More of a liability issue, I am sure it can be welded if it has been welded when manufactured. FW
  16. I have the seal for the frame to the glass for A model Macks, this is NOS and in usable condition. 150$ shipped out, PM me. FW
  17. I am looking for 2 Front Tow Clevises and Pins or one clevis and one Tow Eye. FW
  18. For the air scales,looks like it was used for logging. I like Cummins powered Macks. FW
  19. The early trucks, all 3 axle had a different frame design than the later trucks,(LTSW.LTLSW,LTLT,LTHSW, LTHT? don't think there was one. The difference is the web tapers up starting behind the front rear spring hangers and the later trucks the taper starts between the front hangers. The steering shaft passes below the flange, I have one and seen others with a factory inside channel from over the center of axle back to the about 3' past the rear hanger, and the rear hangers are unique to this design. From what I have seen and recorded at least 200 units were built this way ,assuming all LTSW's. The later design, taper over the axle, is on LTSW # 1482 has it , and all LTLSW's, and LTLT's. LTSW's had either 1/4" or 5/16" frames, I believe all LTH's had 5/16", and LTL's 1/4". All trucks have the same front spring hangers ( steel or aluminum depending on the model), the rear hangers on the early (steel), different from the later (steel, aluminum), and the LTH's have (steel) and I have seen some shorter in height. All trucks have the same length springs, different number of leaves 12/14 depending model and mfg of spring. I have been looking at and under every LT for the past 26 years gathering information etc., but still find something new and different. FW
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