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  1. Carl it looks like a Baltimore rig, colors etc. did they have any Macks like this? how is your collection going?
  2. how much did it sell for . Allentown N.J. about 15 miles from me orginal owners , no fire hydrants ,mostly rural ,I sure mileage correct.
  3. try contacting Whitman Square fire company in I believe Camden or Glouester counties new jersey they have ALF squirt (blue in color) looks like it just came out of the factory
  4. what type of wrecker ,tow truck is that, and also how did you get to Russia ,did you come from U.S.A.? Is their a lot of Macks their ?
  5. usually the fire body manufacture would put their name plate someplace on the body, could also have been a refurb,remove orginial body and replace. if you have a photo please post.
  6. anyone know where to purchase new brake & clutch rubber pedal pads for 1950's L model era
  7. try posting your question(s) on the Antique forum for more response
  8. for the coils try Napa ( go to the oldest counter person), for the fuel pumps their is a place in new york that can rebuild them
  9. Is their a truck show etc in Megungie Pa. this year?
  10. was done on my 54 L pumper ,friend did his on his 53 also
  11. Been down this road before, their are not filters to be found (sock type) that fit correctly. that original filter only filtered a very small amount on engine oil ,maybe 10% ,past year changed over to a modern spin on , no problem
  12. Changed my split rims to all Daytons on spokes after the first flat on a steer doing a slow motion turn ,the rim had rust &rot issues that you could not see and put all new 22.5 radials on my L model fire truck. I never did like the split rims ,for looks almost the same and safety is the name.
  13. It sure looks like it is all their , I hope someone saves it from the crusher and puts it on the road
  14. you are making progress
  15. I assume your gas tank is in the rear between the frame rails, I previously had a 47 mack pumper that the tank was mounted above the fire pump, that on had a cheap electric pump did not last long.
  16. Also mine want bad ,lucky in garage ,sent to a place in N.Y. on a monday and I got it back on Friday all rebuilt for about $100. this was on my 54 LS85. your Mack looks good, what is that white item in the hose bed?
  17. I see you are working on cab interior ,do you have a line on where to get new rubber pads for the clutch pedal, I have a 'L' mack and the pedal in you photo looks the same. thanks in advance
  18. Just put all new rims and tires 1100 - 22.5 radials on my 54 Mack LS85 fire truck ,what a better ride and SAFER ,replace 900 - 20's w/tubes and 3 pc..rims ( spoke wheels on truck) .they are easy to find, the truck repair shop also did my friends 53 Mack ,and yes the tires are from China
  19. where can I purchase new rubber brake & clutch pedal pads
  20. would like to lube the window regulators on my L model, any thing to be aware of ? their are chrome screws around the outside and some painted ones around the the crank and door opener .
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