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  1. If you think that wearing a Mask keeps you safe then by all means wear it. But i have heard and read many a news cast that say "There is no scientific data to detirime that wearing a mask will protect you."  Your wearing the mask protects from people like me. So we are both happy

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  2. 6 hours ago, Red Horse said:

    And what do you see regarding the senate race?  If Mills is that unpopular hopefully it will help  Collins

    Sara Gideon is as bad as they come. Sneaky underhanded lyeing trouble maker. Collins has done more for the trucking industry at a National level than you can imagine.  A true Lady Susan Collins is.   I hope the polls reflect what the good people of Maine want.

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  3. Gov Mills, excuse, i mean Dicktator Mills see's fit to run the State O Maine like a Communist prison. Ride around that state a while and see all the signs folks have made up voicieing their opposition to Mills.  She has done more harm to the state in her short time there then you can shake a stick at

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  4. 17 hours ago, 70mackMB said:

    I knew of an F model here in NH that had an Allis in it. Bought it in the mid west somewhere. lt ran like a raped ape l remember that!    .....Hippy

    Now that would be a cool find.

  5. 11 hours ago, Ditchdiggerjcf said:

    I agree, if it's done right, it is plenty strong. As strong as if it were not spliced, not so sure. I have seen more than a few shade tree engineered stretch jobs that were downright scary.

    LOL.  Ok you are right on that.    And lets face it, frame strength is not a place to "Let's see if this holds."

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  6. 13 hours ago, 70mackMB said:

    l had one with a 6V92, 9 spd, and a 15" lift axle. Sure made a great freight peddling tractor. This one even looks like a 90" cab.    .....Hippy 


    How many cab variations were there for the S series?

  7. On 6/12/2020 at 12:31 PM, Terry T said:

    Being that it's a "bus" (SBFA) wouldn't that make it a 9700?  My memory isn't what it use to be but I thought all 9670's were set forwards fronts.  The 9800 then came along with the "flat-floor" Pro Sleeper. I got the opportunity to nose around in the prototype Pro Sleeper at the Navistar Design Center back in the day. Ironically it was in JB Hunt colors.

    You would be correct. Now the 9800's could be axle forward or set back.  But this is a 9700

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