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Bullheaded last won the day on June 14

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    The Great White North Eh.
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    Mack Trucks, all trucks, dirt bikes and atv's.

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  1. Who made the Mack 46,000 pound Air Leaf? I had that under my 2000 CH mid rise. I pulled 5 axle walking floor and logs on and off road grossing 140,000 and more and in 4 years never even blew an air bag. It was a really good setup. I had Eaton rears on that one with 4 way locks, 4.11 ratio and 24.5 rubber. Only complaint I had with the Eaton's was the low unprotected temp sensors on the back of the pots. I was always in axle deep mud so needles to say my diff temp gauges never worked after the first week I went to work, LOL.
  2. We don't have anything that big here, but it is always cool seeing them driving Cat twin engine scrapers, 992's and 777's through town here on their way from the steel mill up to Toromont Cat.
  3. So anybody know what is going on with all their stuff for auction? Are they still in business? Seems odd they are selling the shop too.
  4. I love those original 65/66 Mustangs. My father used to buy all kinds of Ford muscle cars through the 50's, 60's and 70's. Those 289's were great motors. I wish I still had any one of them, but alas.....I chose trucking. And away went any chance of ever having money. LOL.
  5. Oh well. Everyone has their preferences. Just like how I buy steel Kubota tractors and not plastic Deeres. Steel hoods on off road trucks don't get all the spider web cracking all over the fenders from the stones coming off the tires. It cost me $4000 to have a hood painted here and have it rubber lined underneath to try and stop the spider webbing.
  6. Sure steel can crack around the mounting bolt holes, but I find they stand up better off road. The edges of the fenders don't get chewed off where they rub like the fiberglass and plastic ones do. And the grills are tougher.
  7. I have trouble taking any "off road" truck serious that doesn't have a steel hood.
  8. https://www.mcall.com/business/mc-biz-mack-trucks-hagerstown-maryland-employees-find-marijuana-20191106-ukaof5x4bfhtramfzle4hd6yhm-story.html?fbclid=IwAR3k-46T2woJyx8IlU-FqaydMqMCDuO0-GK_evtsOHlYhhAky2fuLtYS6b4 This kinda makes me think. Two years ago a friend of mine got a new Granite dump truck. He was complaining to me about the marijuana smell in the cab. I got in and it stunk. I said maybe it is the type of plastic they are using for the interior panels? It smelled so much like it he was actually searched by the police during an MTO (our DOT) inspection. He took truck to dealer, they went right through it and found nothing.
  9. In a word...NO. LOL They couldn't even properly market the Titan here. Didn't they also quit making the Bigfoot? Sad.....the M series gone, the CL350ST gone, the RD800 gone. First big truck I ever drove was a C500.
  10. WesternStar96, what do you know about this truck, a GMC General? First all wheel drive General I have ever seen. I came across it on Google Images. That is awesome. I never used to think much of GMC trucks but these Generals were tough trucks. Our local steel mill used to supply GMC Truck and Bus Division with steel, so they bought a bunch of steel fender 5 Star's. They were used as both tandem dump trucks and flat beds. They had 6V92TTA 350's and Allison auto trans. They took all kinds of punishment and severe overloading and they lived forever.
  11. I was just gunna say.....you would think he would have been smart enough to have more lights or some cones or tri-angles out.
  12. I'm on this side of the fence. I post pics for others to enjoy. if someone wants to claim them, who cares. have at it. It's not like I get paid or get a hero cookie for taking a picture. Anything I do or say on the internet is with full understanding that anyone in the world can do whatever they want with it. Sorry to those on the other side of the fence, but I just don't see what the value of a picture is? If someone wants to take the picture of my truck and photoshop their name on the door, so what? At least people that want to see pics of that particular brand of truck will be able to look at one on the net. Maybe my head is up my ass and I'm missing something? i just didn't figure a photo credit was that important to anyone. Hanks was an awesome site and it will be missed.
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