fuzzy buzzard

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About fuzzy buzzard

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    Fuzzy Buzzard
  • Birthday 04/27/1948

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  • Location
    Vinton, OH
  • Interests
    Anything that sucks wind and blows smoke!

Previous Fields

  • Make
    Mack and more Macks
  • Model
    B42, B61(5), B615, B67(2), G753, FL700
  • Year
    56 thru 73
  • Other Trucks
    Theres a 68 Pete 351A that sits around here BUT I don't claim to know anything about it- thats my story and I'm sticking to it!

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  1. B Model Air Governor

    Governor is located above heater hoses in picture. There is no rubber cap - all brass plugs. Got several old B's, can pull one off to check - just ain't got to it yet. Took test run other day, runs like a rocket BUT --------- turbo blowing oil into intake, 4 exhaust gaskets blew out, still can't get jakes working and power steering box is leaking at pitman arm shaft. So my point is - we'll get to governor in due time.
  2. After 1 1/2 years, the old "Large SUV" came to life with a new engine, trans and power steering. All new gauges including boost and pyro. Well don't you know, the new air gauge shows psi is running 90 - 110. Guess the old gauge was so hard to read, I just assumed air pressure was ok. Now my question - can the old style air governors (not D2) be adjusted? This governor has served well for almost 20 years plus all the time before I got it. Hate to change to Mexican D2 governor if I can keep from it
  3. 1965 Mack B615

    Here are some filter numbers as I have a beast like yours but without the winch and exhaust brake. Engine oil - Wix 51233 Primary fuel - Wix 33405 Secondary fuel - Wix 33218 Think there is a filter in the power steering pump but I don't have that number. Good luck with the old gal and be gentle with it!
  4. Running Ford P/U needs a ride

    Anybody from Albuquerque, NM area headed for the ATHS show in Iowa? Carl Cook has a running Ford P/U at Albuquerque that needs a ride. Carl's phone is 814-541-8396
  5. B Model Registry

    Well ain't this cute. I was looking at page 1 when I wrote the above post. And when I finally go to the second page, there it is - [email protected] Dumb is as dumb does!
  6. B Model Registry

    It looks like the man that ran "oldmacksrus.com" with the B model registry and all the other B model info has dropped off the face of the earth. Can't make contact with him for last couple years. Some where on BigMackTrucks tonight, I found some one who says they have a copy of B model registry on spread sheet. I tried opening the sheet but it kept crashing. His name was Mike P. address [email protected] I am wondering if any of the other info from oldmacksrus is listed on Mike's spread sheet. So Mike, if you will contact me, maybe we can compare notes to see if you have all the info from 2014 edition of registry, the last one I did. Anything you are missing, I can supply. Contact me "[email protected]". Also, anyone with a B that wishes to register can contact me at same address. Thanks, Tom
  7. 673P Motor

    And you can drop off the integral sleeper cab back at his house! Tom
  8. smart phone? What's that? I refuse to own an electrical appliance smarter than me! for what the youngsters (that's pretty much everybody) pay for one I bought anew Hobart ac/dc welder that I can build stuff with!

  9. Matlack R Model wanted

    Think I know where one is in central Ohio. Probably will see him in morning Tom
  10. A guy I know has decided to start cleaning out his B parts. There is a S/A dump, S/A wrecker, parts trucks, running 673s, 1 707 gas, transmissions, aux. transmissions, rear ends, B cab, doors, fenders, new KD 517 lights, Ford truck parts, and some Cat 3208s. Don't expect bargains or give aways - I've know him for long time and advice is about all he'll give away! Fred Pettey Alexandria, OH 740-817-0507 Good Luck !!!!!!!!!!!!
  11. B model registry problem

    fxfymn, I don't have a clue what you are talking about. To be truthful, I don't have any business owning a computer, and I still don't have a smart phone. I'm pretty much still in the Fred Flintstone era - and kinda happy there. But for your suggestion, I open for some help if you are willing. Thanks Tom
  12. Superdog called me couple weeks ago, couldn't hook up to "oldmacksrus.com" for the B registry. I got to thinking - I hadn't received any new entries for the registry for a long time. Barry Umberger in VA was the giant brain that was running the site. Phone calls come back "disconnected or number has been changed". No replys to email. Now I'm wondering if something has happened to him. If anything new turns up, I'll holler. I did all the registry in WORD 97 as a document - no special program. Now we got a problem - the newer computers can't open this so I can't send it to anybody with a newer computer. I had to pay extra $150 on this laptop to get MS Office just to work the registry. Superdog's daughter says I can scan the registry in paper form and transfer it to my laptop in PDF form. There are a bunch of pages to scan and try to get all in one file! If anybody has any ideas on how I'm going to get out of this mess, please speak up. Probably best to send to my email - [email protected] - covered up in work and don't have a lot of time to check BMT site every night. So, if anybody has B model serial numbers to put in registry, please send straight to me - 2 [email protected] - till we get something figured out. Thanks from Ignorant Ridge Tom
  13. B 61 Integral Sleeper

    That one looks better than the one I'm driving - I mean was - in process of switching engines. Superdog, don't be selling that back panel, mine is getting worse every day!
  14. Did the earlier Bs have threaded plugs?
  15. Should be a threaded plug in each end of rod. Remove cotter pins, fire up blue wrench and hope you can unscrew the plugs. Goin' to ruin some good paint!