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Yoos Brothers Construction

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  1. Sounds like typical 325 to me. Every one we have does that bobtail. Hook a trailer on and it's fine. I put a cable throttle on the one to cure it.
  2. We do the same on the inline pumps as well. We set the timing just the same as a V pump. Runs much more gooder!!!
  3. I think its 650 for inline pump and 625 for v pump. All my v pumps are 625 and have no issues.
  4. Lol I thought of that after I posted. I was thinking V pump. Yes its on the side.
  5. The idle screw is on the side of the injector pump where the throttle linkage comes out. The proper idle setting is 625rpm. Josh
  6. Better look closer. The frame is broke at the rears on the drivers side.
  7. I don't know if phildirt contacted you or not. What's the vin?? The Mack Museum has a registry. I can give them your info or you can contact them direct. Thanks, Josh
  8. Its the top cover like in the picture. the radio goes there too. Ours is missing.
  9. My Brother and I are looking interior parts for my Brothers recently acquired 1976 Cruise-Liner WS795LST. We're looking for a drivers side door panel with the dog in the cowboy hat and the top heater cover. We would ever consider a complete or partial deluxe blue or brown interior out of a Macungie truck as well. Thanks, Josh
  10. Well where's the old girl off to??
  11. I know who has the white magnum and it is a true documented magnum. I heard he wanted something like 85k.
  12. I'd still be very interested in the valve cover dogs if your going to get them done. Pm me when your close to needing a head count on haw many to make if you would. I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks, Josh
  13. I'd be very interested for sure! I have a 2 set of the chrome/polished valve Cover that the bulldog emblem came on and I'm missing 2 of the emblems for them and I would be interested in extras along with V8 emblems. Prices seem fare to me. Keep us posted on your progress! Thanks, Josh
  14. Its on a RS795 chassis with an E9 under the hood. I did a lot of studying to see how it was done. Very nice indeed.
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