Jump to content

cobrascj

Puppy Poster
  • Content Count

    5
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About cobrascj

  • Rank
    Engine Started

Profile Information

  • Location
    Washington USA
  • Interests
    Mack RD688s mechanic maintaining a fleet of RD688s from 1986 to 1998

Previous Fields

  • Make
    Mack
  • Model
    RD688s
  • Year
    1997

Recent Profile Visitors

1,524 profile views
  1. cobrascj

    EM9 Whats it worth?

    We have a 1984 EM9 400hp, was wondering what its worth. Its in a cab over, runs good, fires right up, just don't need. We run a fleet of RD's running E6 and E7s Thanks Steve
  2. cobrascj

    Camelback suspension

    I cant provide you pictures of each, but from my parts book I list, 38,000lb 44,000lb 46,000lb 55,000lb and 65,000lb. My experiance is that the 38,000 is the only non greasable, open trunnion assembly. All of the others are the closed greasable style with the brass bushings, vers the open rubbers on the 38,000.
  3. cobrascj

    RD Fuel Tanks Wanted

    Looking for aluminum or steel fuel tanks for RD688S 56-59 gallon. Either side, they are interchangable. Mack Part Number 2MB4957AP6. We run a fleet of these trucks so the more the better, we can always use them. Thanks
  4. cobrascj

    Frame Rails RD

    Thanks For the reply. We sent them one of our broken frame rails to match, however they were not confident that they could accuratly duplicate our rails, we were hopping for something a little thicker then stock.
  5. cobrascj

    Frame Rails RD

    We run a fleet of RD688s dump trucks, we are looking for a supplier or manufacture of new frame rails. We hope to increase thickness, these trucks are run on logging roads daily and are worn out. Any help on where to find replacement steel rails is appreciated. Thanks Steve

Welcome to BMT!

...The world's best antique, classic & modern Mack Truck support forum! Founded in 2000, BigMackTrucks.com is the place to go for everything related to Mack Trucks!

BMT!

BigMackTrucks.com is owned and operated by Watt's Truck Center, New Alexandria, PA. This forum and it's contents are not affiliated with Mack Trucks, Inc. or Volvo Trucks North America.

×