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MACKS

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  1. I did my brakes a few years ago,shoes were 150 a wheel with core exchange ..
  2. Wow so many people with this problem,you can also do a search on here,lots of info on this,good luck and don’t forget to tell us your fix..
  3. We don’t want to look at no big trucks..lol
  4. Tough looking truck,the filter should be on the drivers side of tranny on the back of tranny,that’s where mine is anyway..
  5. You know he’s just kidding with ya right..🤔😂
  6. Stengel Bros will be able to help u out with new springs,just need the vin number,new springs are the way to go,don’t waste your money replacing one leaf..
  7. There is a rebuild kit but don’t get it from Mack,PAI has one way cheaper I don’t have the part # handy,someone will chime in with it..
  8. Just my 2 cents,the old fixed fans suck,they increase the noise level in the cab by a lot and they rob the engine of a significant amount of power..
  9. So what’s the best way to clean it?
  10. Don’t mind at all,even trade for all the help I’ve gotten from you..
  11. Shut the the valve at the bottom of the tank if u have one..
  12. Get a piece of bicycle tube with the valve in it,clamp one end tight clamp the other end around the fuel tank fill,air it up and leave it for a while,if there’s a leak you’ll find it..
  13. My fix was the plastic return line to the front of the head..
  14. I thought 85-90 was the go to lube,that’s what I always used in 6 speed,quad box and now a 12 speed?
  15. You only need one hand,trust me ,u can do it,get the slot on the shaft on the passenger side at two o’clock,get the marked tang in that slot then loop it over,close it and then step on the clutch hard to push the button in..
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