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bwoolbr

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About bwoolbr

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    Truck Nut

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  • Make
    mack
  • Model
    b-61
  • Year
    1961
  • Other Trucks
    b's c's fire

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  1. I've been doing research on the B83s. It appears there are 3 different radiators on them... some have the standard B81, some have a dual core with a round top, and some have a dual core with a flat top. I searched and found where it was talked about before but does anyone have a for sure answer on why they are different? If it helps, I know the dusty one is a B833 and the Green one is a B83 with a 250 cummins, Not sure about the other two
  2. Take a look at the picture again... Single stick Mack? Can't get a good look at the dash plate.
  3. It's close to me if anyone wants better pictures or a second opinion.
  4. https://atlanta.craigslist.org/atl/cto/d/mack-truck/6378950861.html
  5. bwoolbr

    Last LTL?

    Joseph is a collector, not a seller. Nice trucks tho.
  6. Nice LTL. 15k sounds fair. Have you guys seen this Bmodel? https://nh.craigslist.org/hvo/d/1963-mack-81-dump-truck/6290647805.html
  7. B70 should have been gas. Does his build sheet say that 673 is origional?
  8. Back up for sale. Price reduced. stand up guy. No title. https://scranton.craigslist.org/hvo/d/1950s-lj-mack-truck/6291756580.html
  9. Thanks for the pics. Is that a 673? Why the big radiator? The model number should be stamped on a tag inside one of the doors.
  10. I'm looking to trade my B813 wrecker for a B83 tractor with 24" rubber. Hasn't run in a few years, but we all know that thermodyne will start right up with a little prime!
  11. The truck has the wider radiator found on B815's or b87s. If you look close you can see a line down the middle of it separating the shutters. This is why it looks shorter then a standard B81
  12. Is there anyone who sells a conversion where I can use old 22" spokes with new 24.5" rims?
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