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mike schafer

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About mike schafer

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  • Make
    mack
  • Model
    75
  • Year
    1947
  1. 1947 Mack 75 Fire truck with gasoline engine, Is a lead additive required in the gasoline ? I have used it for years I was told recently not so if using a premium fuel. I thought it is required to lube the valves regardless of fuel grade. Any one have an idea on this topic?
  2. Looking for Cylinder heads for a 1947 Mack 75 fire chassis. Truck is used in Parades and his owned by the Tallmadge Ohio Historical Society. The Engine serial # is ENF510a-28-15. The truck runs, But we have a cracked front head in front near the water pump. Contact Mike Schafer@ mpschafermi@sbcglobal.net or phone 330-633-0339. Thanks!
  3. I'm working on a mack 75 (75S2304) Good luck finding parts. I found a n.o.s. clutch plate at the local Mack dealer for a model 75
  4. Hello All, I am representing the Tallmadge Historical Society (Tallmadge Ohio). We have a 1947 Mack model 75 Pumper, its in good condition for its age with a few problems. We use it as a parade vehicle. I'm hoping that I may use this forum to keep this rig running, so I'll be putting up some posts asking some tech questions as well as looking for parts. As soon as I can get a hold of a digital camera, I'm Gonna post some pictures for all to check out! Oh Yea, I only fix it because they let me drive it!!!
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