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RFCDrum

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  • Birthday 03/09/1969

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  • Make
    Mack
  • Model
    R686ST
  • Year
    1978
  • Other Trucks
    International S1954

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  1. Barry quick question, Are these rubber flaps the "sta-put" heavy style? Thanks, Robert.
  2. John Mauros RD back in 1991 at Englishtown. He had the snap rings chromed and the center cones on the 58 rears done as well.
  3. The dreaded El Dorado seat. Drove many RD's with these hated them.
  4. That is John Mauros old truck. 300 plus with a quad. John use to work it before he bought Gennaros Autocar.
  5. Great vid. The exhaust brake is cool on the old Merc.
  6. My International when it was brand new. It is a custom built Amthor body when they were in Walden NY.
  7. The Pete is owned by Muratore from Jackson NJ. He has a fleet of Pete tri axles. Runs out of Tilcon Pompton Lakes mainly.
  8. Probably a Cummins I agree with BC. Not a 6 speed though. Probably a RT 9 speed Roadranger. Especially on Continental work. Cool vid.
  9. I was working a construction job,building Margate Florida.was driving a little 6yd dump with a manual gate,some guy came up while I was dumping and asked me for directions and I forgot to grab the gate handle !! Next thing I know I'm looking at the sky! 

  10. Oh yeah look at that! You would of never had seen it with the film rolling. Then only one of them was a quad box. This would explain when after Max started the truck and the next scene he stops at the top of the hill to look at his shot gun and takes off chirping the tires and going through the gears quick. Makes sense it was a ten or 12 speed.
  11. The Truckin Life article from a few years ago had that the driver brought up two of them. One was a two valve 676 and they were both Quadraplexes. He had to lay on the floor as tghere was no time to teach Mel. Cheers, Rob
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