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  1. I was wondering if anyone knows the correct part number window regulator for a 1974 R model left side ? thank you
  2. My hands are no light weights, i can only fit one in the hole at a time, part of the problem, I am going to try messing with the clutch fork andhope i can get the cross shafts to slide out, the fork is right in the way of swinging the brake around the input shaft. if that wont work, it's trans jack time i guess. thanks
  3. The old one removed itself and was off and floating around, i will ask the driver how he managed to make it come out... but i already know, big dent in the floor board where the pedal stopped.. makes it even worse that it is a quad box the hole is the size of a postage stamp..
  4. Does anyone know the secret to installing a Haldex swing style clutch brake with the crazy upside down Mack fork in the way ?? Bell housing hole needs a rework with a sawzall...!!!😵 after 2 hours i fell asleep under there and never did get it in. Thank You.
  5. That truck looks like a DM 600 with that short nose, nicer to drive than an 800 bounces a little more than an 800 on the bridge joints.
  6. Andy, I did not see that that post was from 2018. hope you are getting along on the 700 still fighting the cab air lines here. frank
  7. I think 1970 not sure, that is a long time ago to remember...
  8. I guess I was not the only one !! get support # 25162389 drill the cross bar and bolt it if the holes are not in the right position, i went thru hell before I got the support bracket. Also Just went through a whole day of looking for a door grommet that did not exist, used the plastic around the tube and wire. slips back and forth fine into the door side. Frank
  9. Red sold those B models to Joe Gringeri from Watertown when he closed up, I did some low bed work for Joe years ago and drove some of those B models, they were super heavy spec with winch's mounted behind the cab and boy were they were slow !!! but they would pull a house over. When Gringeri closed the Watertown operation down I never saw those trucks again.
  10. Thank you... I will try that. your truck looks Great, trying to finish my cab and dash in the ground before i lift it on it is a lot easier to get in and out, i actually left the windshields out until the wiring and dash are done, can lean in standing up in front not upside down. frank
  11. I have a Beige that was in my R model but I ended up changing the whole dash i found a brand new one in the box, was not cheap but mine looked like a buzz saw hit it multiple times.
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