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Rodney Woody

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About Rodney Woody

  • Rank
    Gear Jammer
  • Birthday 03/03/1966

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Conover, NC
  • Interests
    "B" Series single axle road tractors

Previous Fields

  • Make
    Mack
  • Model
    B-61
  • Year
    1960

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  1. Thanks Barry, very useful. - Ordnanceofficer
  2. Replacing the valve cover gaskets. Looking for the torque specs on the valve covers...don't want to over or under tighten. 1960 - Standard 673 Thermodyne (non-turbo) (twin gaskets) Thanks!
  3. You have a very nice truck. As far as selling it and looking for a price?!?! It's my opinion that whoever suggested $10K hasn't looked for one in that condition for some time. My story: I live in the southeastern U.S., I looked for a 75% restored (or better) for almost 2 years before I purchased mine (I did quit a bit of research/looking/calling/visiting). There are much more junkyard trucks around, but not any in your condition down here. I didn't have my truck a month and was still restoring minor items, when a well know (in our area) building contractor offered me $20K (he said his father-in-law had been looking for one for a long time)...I still have the truck! From the looks of your truck and the work you've done, I wouldn't take a dime less than $22K. I live in a city that has a population of over 340,000, and me and one other guy are the only ones that have a restored Mack B series. The bottom-line is supply and demand.
  4. Name: MACK B-61 (1960) Date Added: 06 September 2013 - 09:59 PM Owner: ordnanceofficer Short Description: 1960 B61 Single axle road tractor. END 673 w/10 speed. View Vehicle
  5. I have a Front Axle Capacity of 8,000 lbs, can someone assist on the Rear Axle capacity?? The Rear Axle Model is: RAS 508. Thanks
  6. I have a Front Axle Capacity of 8,000 lbs, can someone assist on the Rear Axle capacity?? The Rear Axle Model is: RAS 508. Thanks
  7. Thanks "other dog" for the shifter link site.
  8. Name: 1960 B 61 Date Added: Owner: ordnanceofficer ordnanceofficer
  9. Does anyone have a site or link to where I can find Mack Shifter knob(s)?? (Looking for a solid red and solid black) Thanks!
  10. It's a 673 (non-turbo). Has a 10 speed. I had the single right side updraft taken off and put twin stacks (used the cab glad-hand holders as brackets). I'll have to post some updated photos. The only thing I want to do more is get the front bumper chromed. Thanks for welcome(s)!!
  11. Want to introduce myself, my name is Rod, and I'm new to the site. I am from Conover, NC and I recently purchased my 1st vintage Mack. I’m not a trucker by trade, I’m a Logistics (Maintenance) Officer (21 years) in the Army, so I appreciate chats and forums about old trucks. I’ve found many questions I've had concerning my new truck and want to say thanks. My wife and I recently purchased a (NC titled) 1963 ... (just found out a couple days ago from the Mack museum that our truck is actually a 1960 model). The truck was 85% restored when purchased and we have been working to get her to 100%, still working on some small details. Thanks for the site and we look forward to it and enjoying our new toy!
  12. Want to introduce myself, my name is Rod, and I'm new to the site. I am from Conover, NC and I recently purchased my 1st vintage Mack. I’m not a trucker by trade, I’m a Logistics (Maintenance) Officer (21 years) in the Army, so I appreciate chats and forums about old trucks. I’ve found many questions I've had concerning my new truck and want to say thanks. My wife and I recently purchased a (NC titled) 1963 ... (just found out a couple days ago from the Mack museum that our truck is actually a 1960 model). The truck was 85% restored when purchased and we have been working to get her to 100%, still working on some small details. Thanks for the site and we look forward to it and enjoying our new toy!
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