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About nunya001

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    MS200p
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    1998

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  1. This is a Mack MS200p Box truck with an 18’ box and roll up door. It is powered by a 6.2L turbo diesel 6 cylinder motor mated to a 6 speed manual transmission. This truck runs great and has a current DOT inspection. It starts easily every time - even in 20 degree weather after sitting for a week. There are 2 unique things about this truck - one is that it gets about 14-15 MPG, the second is that drives about the same full as empty. This truck is easy to drive. It has a tight turning radius very similar to a car and stops very well. The brakes have an air over hydraulic set up. I installed a rear view camera - this is nice and works really well as a rear view mirror substitute. It has a pull out aluminum ramp. This truck has been well maintained - safety and reliability were my objectives. Oil changes were done every 3000 miles Fuel filters every 6000 miles Air filters every 10,000 miles New OEM starter at 159K miles Six new tires (less than 20K miles), Cooper steer tires and Ironton rears. Both batteries are 1.5 years old and put out 1100 CCA each. New clutch slave, master and stainless steel line with full synthetic fluid New primary fuel line Brakes have all new synthetic fluid New windshield One of the best things about this truck is how easy it is to work on when needed. The cab flips open and most parts and components are easily within reach. Because of it’s height working from below is also easily done. It comes with the original owner’s manual a proper shop manual. These trucks are known to run 450-500K with no major work. with proper oil maintenance brake fluid maintenance. It presents well but has a normal amount of small blemishes. The interior is in nice shape, although the fabric on the driver’s seat is ripped. I am the third owner of this truck. The original owner was a liquor distribution company and the second owner was a plastics engineering company. I’ve owned the truck a little over three years and an selling it because our business needs have changed and we’re going to a smaller van. I encourage serious buyers to get a pre-purchase inspection if you’re not mechanically inclined. Price - $7800. I have a clean and clear GA title for this truck. I will consider trades or partial trades for e350 and e250 vans of similar value.
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    '98 Midliner Clutch Master

    Hi, Just saw these two replies. I was able to get the master + slave from Spareto Auto Parts pretty reasonably priced 3 day DHL delivery from Germany. I wasn't sure if it was legit, but sure enough they showed up and were correct. I paid $130 or so for the master and $170 for the slave (shipped). I did try to rebuild but the aster was too for gone and the slave - ended up being in the same condition. Thanks for the replies. J-
  3. Hi - First post, although I do a good bit of reading here. I'm replacing the clutch master and am having a really hard time finding the part online. I have read that Midliner parts are better accessed through the old books. Honestly, I don't fully know what that means. The markings on the cylinder read: 5575 FTE G479-4. I'd be comfortable with a rebuild kit too. This was all caused by bad fluid - I did the brake fluid last year but didn't realize the clutch was a separate deal. What came out was a mess of green gruel looking watery stuff. I've had a new line made and pulled the slave apart, cleaned it and put it back together. Any help would be great. Thank you. J-

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