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  1. A few week ago MH Fred sent me a email of a discussion going on of MH 4X4s that UPS had used. We were on the road for 5 weeks. I was a 30 year Feeder driver now retired and always liked the MH the best, only saw one in Wyoming back in 89. He had came out of Jackson Wy. going over Togwotee pass headed for Riverton Wy. on his nightly run. On snow covered roads he wasn't stopping to chain up. Wish I could remember his name. Heard a rumor that it was his truck pictured in our 1994 Calender, see pic. I heard the wheel base was two feet longer to accommodate the transfer case. They used them all over the West but never made it to the East. I sure could have used one on them Vermont runs and pulling double bottoms in I90, Rifleman
  2. This truck is for sale in Banksville, NY. 305 V6, 5spd and four wheel drive. 15k lb pto winch. Truck is mint. Best offer!!!!
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