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DMorgan

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About DMorgan

  • Rank
    Truck Nut
  • Birthday 05/21/1995

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Onyx, California
  • Interests
    Fishing, Hunting,Farming, & Restoring Trucks & Tractors

Previous Fields

  • Make
    Mack
  • Model
    B-421 "S"
  • Year
    1963
  • Other Trucks
    1960 Mack B-753 "LT", many other tractors

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  1. I agree completely with what you're saying. A longer wheel base truck just looks alot better with 3 axels. If we can find parts to rebuild the power divider, we'll most likely leave it a three axel. Thanks for your input, Daniel
  2. Alright sir, I appreciate the advice and the help. I'll be checking into that pretty soon. Thanks, Daniel
  3. Mackdaddy, Thanks for your input. If i do leave them in there, the mechanical power divider will nee to be rebuilt. Are the parts needed to rebuild them still available from Mack or anywhere else? Thanks for your help, Daniel
  4. I,m in the process of restoring a 1963 Mack B-421 S and I need some opinions on how original I should keep it. So far I'm planning on leaving the original EN-402 engine and the original trannys in it, but i'm wondering if I should leave the original rear ends in it. They are Mack dual reduction bogies with 7.49 ratios, sitting on a 3 leaf walking beam suspension. So the question is, should i rebuild them & leave the truck stock or find a newer single axel rear end and put under it? The truck is only going to go to shows and haul a few tractors around every once in a while. Thanks for your input, Daniel
  5. Hey, I'm not too far from you myself. I'm about 20 miles East Of Lake Isabella, Past a little town called Onyx. I got a few Macks& I think I talked to you before about a Thermodyne & Triplex. Do you know if it is with in regulations to use aluminum saddle tanks for gasoline instead of diesel? Thanks for your help & good luck with your truck and your job. Thanks, Daniel
  6. Hey, I just got the build sheet on my 1963 B-421 "S" & it says that the engine is an EN-402. The serial tag is gone off the engine so there is no way of telling if it has been changed out or not. Anyway my question is whats the difference between the mack EN-401 & the EN-402? I always thought that all B-42's had En-401 engines in them. Thanks for the help, Daniel
  7. Hey, I'm working on a 421 with the gas engine. Right now it has the original steel gas tank. I have two aluminum saddle tanks i was thinking about putting on it instead of the steel. what I was wondering was, would those tanks be OK to use with gas, or is there any laws that say you have to have steel tanks? Thanks in advance, Daniel
  8. Hey everybody, After along time of thinking it over, we finaly decided to part out our B-753 "LT". It has the ENDLT 673 engine with the Triplex transmission. The engine looks physicly good, but may have some sort of internal problem as it will not turn quite all the way over. The transmission looks fine and as far as I know it is in good shape. The truck is dissasembled but complete. I need help though on what I should ask for the engine and transmission. If any body could help me out with that, I'd really appreciate it. Thanks a Lot, Daniel
  9. Hey, anyone know what the front axel weight ratings are on a B-421 SX & a B-753 LT is? Thanks, Daniel
  10. Hey, yesterday I went and looked at a V8 Cummins naturaly aspirated diesel engine and a Brown-Lipe transmission. What I was wondering was what is the model of the engine how good is it and how good is the transmission. The only thing i could make out on the engine tag was the raised numbers. This is about the order of them from top to bottom: 1789 V8 170 9-70 1214-00 3300 F048788 The guy said the engine has 470 CID. and 170 HP. It is 28 IN. wide & 44 IN. long. The transmission is a Brown-Lipe Model: 6352 Low Gear: 39.07 Serial #: T900157 If any of you could help me out with this, I'd appreciate it, Thanks, Daniel
  11. Hey, yesterday I went and looked at a V8 Cummins naturaly aspirated diesel engine and a Brown-Lipe transmission. What I was wondering was what is the model of the engine how good is it and how good is the transmission. The only thing i could make out on the engine tag was the raised numbers. This is about the order of them from top to bottom: 1789 V8 170 9-70 1214-00 3300 F048788 The guy said the engine has 470 CID. and 170 HP. It is 28 IN. wide & 44 IN. long. The transmission is a Brown-Lipe Model: 6352 Low Gear: 39.07 Serial #: T900157 If any of you could help me out with this, I'd appreciate it, Thanks, Daniel
  12. Dave, thanks for your reply. It'll help me out alot. Thanks A Lot, Daniel
  13. Hey everybody, I was wondering what the weight rating of a CRD-91 (single axel) dual reduction axel carrier is? The serial number is: A14654 Axel number is: RADL 5151 ( it is in same place as the SWD# on Mack bogies) I would appreciate any help. Let me know if I need to give any more specific details. Thanks A Lot, Daniel
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