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6368

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6368 last won the day on February 1

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About 6368

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    Male
  • Location
    Berks County PA

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  • Make
    mack
  • Model
    b-61sx
  • Year
    1962
  • Other Trucks
    1974 brockway 361, 1979 KW w900,1981rd685

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  1. post a side shot of the rears/suspension and folks here will be able to tell you what you have. ratios are stamped in the carriers might need to dig out the wire brush. what transmission you have will also be a factor .
  2. looks like a 16ft body with about 25 ton of stone in it...but it could be a less dense material. Another question : what rears/suspension are in the first one? looks like it could be 50k
  3. nice find. i see these are vented original was not but i'am sure the threads are the same
  4. that number supersedes to 25132213 86 dollars ... are you kidding me
  5. that is the first time i have seen an 81sx with 44s for rears. Is it possible they have been changed out?
  6. 6368

    Requirements:

    You don't have to pay heavy use tax ( you do still have to file a 2290) if you put less than 5000 miles on per year
  7. If you are still going to plow with it. I would not want to engage a trans mounted pto every-time i wanted to raise the plow.
  8. I wonder how much it would add to the cost? As much as i hate new trucks and try to live with KISS as my motto, This is tempting. I know i get in and out of my cab at least a hundred times a day to move a couple feet.
  9. I was attempting to making a sarcastic comment about your average Peterbilt fan boy having to associate with trucks he most certainly looks down his nose at.
  10. My 1989 overhaul manual says that the 300L and the 400 are both 16.5 to 1 compression ratio and interestingly the both use the same nozzles. I don't know if cam timing is the same though. I would check with a parts dept to see if they both use the same timing gears.
  11. Many gliders are Paccar and many glider engines are series 60. Yet when you have trouble on the road good luck finding Detroit help(parts/knowledge) at a Paccar dealer. Drivers would be better off heading to DTNA... how humiliating😉.
  12. How long until this comes to the U.S. ? Perhaps Mack?
  13. Generally i think that is about right... However there is always the exception... maybe these rears were swapped.
  14. My my RW713s has no x in its model name even though a similarly speced RD or DM would. Whats up with that?
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