Doug T B42X

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About Doug T B42X

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  • Location
    Philadelphia, Pa
  • Interests
    Old cars and trucks, breweriana, craft beer, railroads

Previous Fields

  • Make
    Mack
  • Model
    B42X
  • Year
    1958
  • Other Trucks
    1975 Diamond Reo DC10164 Cab/chassis

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  1. Tire shop recommendation

    Does anyone know of a good tire shop in or close to Philadelphia?
  2. EN401 Exhaust Manifold

    Bulldogchaser - thank you; I should have an idea as soon as I get the old one off and will let you know, then see if you still have it available. Kkergall - Yes, and I am assuming I will change the whole assembly. 104GC 439A (Rear) 104 GC 440A (Front) and 104 GC 4157 (Center). That is, if it cannot be welded.
  3. Greetings!

    Thank you, and I appreciate the work that you and previous owners have done on it. I am coming to appreciate that much of the work one might do holds it in trust for the next owner, as Grandpa Walton might say. I hope to get to that exhaust manifold as soon as it gets a little warmer. Right now, it's outdoors, you know. By the way, if anyone knows of a garage for sale which might house two trucks, I would be very interested. I am in the Mount Airy section of Philadelphia, but I don't have the trucks here - no room!
  4. EN401 Exhaust Manifold

    That's the spot! This one looked like it had been welded also. I have not removed it yet, but the exhaust pipe flange is not connected.
  5. Greetings!

    Thank you!
  6. Greetings!

    Thank you! Posted (I hope!) a couple of pictures of the Reo under Attachments.
  7. EN401 Exhaust Manifold

    Looking for an Exhaust Manifold for an EN401 Engine. 1958 B42X.
  8. Greetings!

    Thank you! The first hurdle is a big one - it looks like it will need a new exhaust manifold. It has an EN401 6 cylinder gas engine.
  9. Greetings!

    I am new to owning an old truck, but not to liking them. Ever since I was a kid, railroads and old trucks have been an avid interest. I look forward to many happy hours spent on this forum, learning about just what I got myself into! I recently bought a 1958 Mack B42X Dump Truck and a 1975 Diamond Reo tandem axle truck that was a former Garbage Packer from Hazleton, Pa.