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  1. hurstscrambler

    U model for Sale

    I'm no expert, but it looks like a U to me.
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    1960 B75 Rebuild

    Sounds good, did you say you were gonna put a 400 Cummins and a 13 speed or something like that? Andy
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    1970 Marmon COE

    Looks sharp to me, I'd be proud to drive it. Andy
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    Stop off in Mass Monday

    Brockton is Rocky Marciano's hometown I believe. I wish I was around as well, I live about an hour away and will be working even closer in Needham. It just probably wouldn't work out for me. Good luck, Andy
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    1969 International F210D

    That makes sense, the upper push valve is for the tractor, I assumed the lower would have just been for the trailer. I think the air system is going to be the most challenging part of the truck for me because of how little I know about them. Thanks for all the replys, it is very helpful. Andy
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    1969 International F210D

    That would make alot of sense I suppose, but everything still was connected. Also both push pull valve appear original as well, they share a bracket and have IH branding on them. Sorry for the bad pic but it might help. Andy
  7. hurstscrambler

    1969 International F210D

    They appear original to me, but maybe one was added? Andy
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    1969 International F210D

    This is where I get confused, I have the Dry Road/Slippery Road switch, as well as the "Truck Tractor Protection" flip style valve. One side is labeled NORMAL the other side says "EMERGENCY'. Then on the other side of the dash I have 2 push- pull style valves, one I pushed in to move the tractor as you would suspect and I presume the other was for airing up the trailer. The system was cannablized when I got the truck because it hadn't been used as a tractor since at least the mid 80's. Things were disconnected, plugged and in general disrepair, I made a good drawing of the existing system but I think it will have me chasing my tail due to all the uncertainties. Thanks, Andy
  9. hurstscrambler

    1969 International F210D

    Sorry for the delay with pictures, I've been getting so little done it's depressing. I'm hoping to spend some time on it this weekend. The schematic from another make truck may be helpful. Here are some pictures of the dash valves, I'm not clear how the dash mounted tractor protection valve is supposed to work. Andy
  10. hurstscrambler

    1969 International F210D

    I also got a new battery box, the ones I had we're in real bad shape and I wanted a box the could hold all 4 batteries and fit on the passenger side of the frame, behind the stack bracket. That leaves the DS with enough space to mount the hydraulic tank my buddy gave me. Andy
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    1969 International F210D

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    In Search Of Good ENDT673 Massachusetts

    This may be no help at all, but Rydemore truck parts in Fitchburg has helped me in the past with non Mack parts. I've also seen that Global truck traders always have a bunch of Mack parts advertised, they are in southern NH and may be worth a shot. Good luck, Andy
  13. It always seems bittersweet getting items sandblasted, but it sure gives one a clean slate to start with. Can't wait to see the project take shape. Andy
  14. hurstscrambler

    Wheat crop

    Just a guess, but maybe Bushles Per Acre? Andy
  15. hurstscrambler

    No nose b mod

    I'm sure I missed it in another post, but what is going under the hood? Andy

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