davehummell

Porch Pup
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About davehummell

  • Rank
    Old Iron Expert
  • Birthday 06/12/1955

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    northeastern pa.
  • Interests
    fishing,old guns,farm animals

Previous Fields

  • Make
    had a autocar
  • Model
    mack b model
  • Year
    1958
  • Other Trucks
    had a white cabover and a international cabover

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  1. I just removed my starter and remounted it on Monday I used a 12" and a 6" extention with a long 1/2 ratchet and a 15-16 6 point mac short socket. chances are my truck is the same as yours. Tight but very doable
  2. I have two aluminum stud pilot 10-20 wheels and tires. tires are dry rotted rims pretty nice best offer. 570-639-5414
  3. On Thursday I got out my motorcycle and went for a little ride it was pretty nice did 3 hour ride. The next day I got 5 inches of snow, and yesterday got 20 inches of snow. Now I got to go out and bust out a road so i can get hay out in the field
  4. I just got back in the house for a warmup my gloves are frozen stiff. Had to get the Kubota loader backhoe and get my driveway opened up,my barncats are snowed in up at the house and they can't get down to the barn so I will have to plow a rode down to it all my livestock are hiding in the barn and I got to get water out to them and the chickens. the snow is over my knees in back of the house and the dogs looked out the door and went back to the couch.
  5. I have a john deere 1023 oversized garden tractor and I started out the garage it's in and I could not push the snow I have I think I got at least 18 inches and it's snowing like mad still yet, Haven't seen a state plow truck on my road for 10 hours
  6. some years ago we opened up another yard to sell brick out of and at that time a lot was shipped by rail. At our location there was a private rail company to spot our cars and down the tracks was a VERY large salt storage yard that they took care of. I got to know the guys driving locos and after a time they showed me how to drive the alco I ended up spotting our cars and moving some of the salt cars that was a lot of fun. I live close to steamtown in Scranton and we went up on open house day got to go threw everthing up there, that big boy loco is so large I am surprised it stayed on the rails
  7. I was up to kevan all's place and he is putting a v-12 Detroit in a large john deere tractor, he said this is the second one he's done.
  8. It is a Sheppard power steering box off of a B61 Mack, and this box had one style pitman arm only. I guess it is somewhat hard to find a box like this.
  9. I am looking for a 9QC387AP6 pitman arm
  10. according to sheppard it is for a b model mack and I was given a mack part number 20tc334. sheppard no longer supports this unit. It is a lot small than one I saw mounted on a b model concrete mixer. I called barry and he was stumped.
  11. Has anyone ever seen a sheppard 491e f4 power steering box? I need a pitman arm it got lost. Thanks
  12. I hope you hogged some of that out on a bandsaw. Some would say it's just an old mount for an alternator But in the eyes of a craftsman it is a work of art. I ran a job shop for 20 years on the side and no one could afford that bracket at todays shop prices it would be a weldment. I say nice job.
  13. Thank you for the offers. I got a good pump and with the deal I got an air compressor that has the hydro pump mount and the pump and remote tank and a power steering box that was on a b model. I am really happy I found all these parts
  14. Underdog, I lived up in what was called powderkeg hill. I went to the banger engine shows for years. I should have known the name of that bridge but it was a long time ago. Thanks guys
  15. I lived in banger and drove over to Netcong to work and I used the smaller bridge it was cheaper to use and less plugged up with traffic. That was 34 years ago maybe that bridge fell in the river by now.