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  1. I have a Radiator that was purchased BRAND NEW from Mack in 2004. This was a brand new core at the price of $1400.00. I built the radiator using my existing tanks which were thoroughly cleaned before installation. I parked the truck about 8 months after doing this. This is the offset forward core to accomadate a viscous fan hub, so you can change your belts without tilting the radiator forward or smashing the fins. I dont want to scrap it, but I'm tired of it sitting around. I am probably not going to build anymore Macks, so that is the reason for selling. It was in a 1977 R685ST, but I dont see any reason why it wouldn't fit any R 600 series, unsure if it would drop right in a 700. Located in Central Indiana. Please call my cell and leave a message....765-661-2909
  2. I have a 88 R model with a 13 speed Fuller RTOL in it. On the air shift side it will not stay in gear more than 10 seconds. The rest of the trans works well I've been running it in 12th but really need OD on the interstate.
  3. I am about to buy a R612 that needs its +3 cab replaced - the rust is beyond repair. I was only planning to buy the truck for spare parts, but now don't think I can bring myself to wreck it, so will likely restore it. It has a good 237hp with 5 speed. I am not sure what to do with the truck, but I will work that out once finished. I have access to a good pre-73 cab. Is it possible to fit a plastic dash to a pre-73 cab or is the front panel completely different? I realise there will be less room with the plastic dash, but I am dealing with that another way. I am just curious whether I can fit a plastic dash before I take delivery of the cab. The cab is interstate so I can't check it out myself to work out whether it will take the dash. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks
  4. 1984 R685T single axle tractor EM6 250 with Mack 5 spd. & 4.00 rear ratio. The Good: Injection Pump completely rebuilt along with injectors in 2014 (no miles drive since). Have all parts to put back together (Radiator, CAC recently cleaned, and air cleaner). The truck can be started and moved under its own power. Power steering and AC (not connected), and Budd rims all the way around. Have good title. The Bad: Will need replacement steering axle (bushing wore out and oval’d the top part of the axle on drivers side only (above the king pin). Trucks runs great once started….just doesn’t like cold day starts. $3200.00 or possible trades (tell me what you have) Truck is located in Maryland Call Doug at 301-573-4693 after 4pm through week, or anytime on the weekend. SUPERLINER IS NOT FOR SALE
  5. Can anyone please tell me if there is a trick to installing R Model hood badges/letters with the push on fasteners? I can't seem to get them to secure to a standard that I am satisfied with. Is there a trick to this? I have not used any double sided mounting tape. Should I? Hope someone can offer some insight. Thanks
  6. I have come across a gearbox for sale stamped TR1070B. Can anybody tell me anything about this box? Is it a single stick 12 speed? Thanks in advance
  7. When I recently bought my B-Model, it came with a NOS Hendrickson R-Model bumper that he was going to install on the B-Model, but I am not. As far as I can tell, it has not been mounted on a truck. They guy I got it from says he bought it after he got the truck, and left it in his barn for 7-8 years. All the chrome looks great, and there is a touch of surface rust on the un-chromed back side, as you can see in the picture. Looks like these sell for about $350 new. I'd be happy with $200. It's in southern RI. I do have access to a shipping dock, and if it needs to be shipped, I will pallet it, and you can make the truck arrangements. I guess you can IM me if you're interested, or my e-mail is jeeprider01@yahoo.com. Thanks - Mike
  8. We have the following Mack trucks for sale: 1926 Mack AC with factory mounted winch – engine rolls over stored inside 1974 Mack DM695 SN# DM695ST1789 – Mack 866 325 HP V8, Mack 6 speed Trans, 54,000 lb rears. New Cab, fenders and interior 1927 Mack AC with 1930 Byers Crane 1960 Mack B83 SX SN# B83SX1638 220 Cummins, Mack Quadraplex Transmission with power tower, 65,000 lb rear axle, new tires, 60,000lb Branden Winch, rolling tail board 1978 R Model SN# R686ST17442 – 237 Mack engine, 5 speed trans, Mack Rears 1981 R600 SN# M2N17845B4067403 Mack 300 Engine, 5 speed trans, Mack Rears, fifth wheel and wet line Mack M70 SX Prime Mover 750 HP V-12 Cummins, Clark Automatic Trans, 140,000 lb rear axles Trailer for above unit – Rogers 300 Ton trunion axle with 3 axle jeep (2) new R Model fiberglass Cabs (1) used R-model hood Other items for sale 1946 Dart Model 150 SN# 120390 – 275 HP Cummins Super Charged Engine, 5 Speed with 3 way brownie and power tower, 60,000 lb Timkin rear axle, 60,000 lb Tular winch, Rolling tail board 1946 Minneapolis Moline Industrial Tractor – Boom and 10,000 lb Highway winch If you are interested let me know and I will send pics with asking price.
  9. FOR SALE... Mack R model cab & hood Very good condition 1987 Cab & hood are off chassis Galvanised cab, all window glass intact, nice clean straight cab with a/c Standard cab intact except missing drivers seat & Steering column Located in Pittsburgh PA 412-475-6274
  10. Anyone know who made the gauges generally installed in mid 80s R Models as in the attached picture? I am installing a new dash so will do the guages at the same time. Would be a lot easier if I can get new compatable versions to avoid changing fittings, senders etc. Does anyone have suggestions for where I can get some new replacements on line? Thanks
  11. Anyone know who made the gauges generally installed in mid 80s R Models as in the attached picture? I am installing a new dash so will do the guages at the same time. Would be a lot easier if I can get new compatable versions to avoid changing fittings, senders etc. Does anyone have suggestions for where I can get some new replacements on line? Thanks
  12. Guys (& wimmins too!), Did anyone either make a dry type element for this old style air filter,or ever convert their old oil bath R model air cleaner to a dry filter? I would just replace it with a later dry type filter/housing,but do not want to lose the '60's look,if you know what I mean? Any thoughts? Thanks,Al
  13. I have never tried one of these but have heard good things. I have come across a 2 stick version and it would be good to hear some opinions on this box. Also, a few questions: Does anybody know the top gear ratio or was there more than one version? All I know so far is that it was matched to a 285 Coolpower from new. I am waiting for the model number. Is the later single stick 12 speed based on this box and, if not, is it worth waiting to find a later series single stick? How difficult would you rate this box to use as compared to a T2090/T2100. This truck is not in use every day but a driver may need to get behind the wheel now and then. Of course an Eaton would be more driver friendly but this truck was always "all Mack" and I would like to preserve that if I can find a decent box. Not to go on too much aboout it, but this is our first Mack and I don't ever want another T2090. We have bought an Eaton 18 speed for this truck but am looking for a convincing reason to go back to a Maxitorque.As always, any advice/opnions would be greatly appreciated.
  14. R686 parts truck. Cab very rusty. Whole or parts. Good hood with hood scoop. No engine. Trans and rear have water damage. Lost storage. $800 OBO. Mike. Boyertown PA. More pictures available. Don't want to use up all the space.
  15. I have never tried one of these but have heard good things. I have come across a 2 stick version and it would be good to hear some opinions on this box. Also, a few questions: Does anybody know the top gear ratio or was there more than one version? All I know so far is that it was matched to a 285 Coolpower from new. I am waiting for the model number. Is the later single stick 12 speed based on this box and, if not, is it worth waiting to find a later series single stick? How difficult would you rate this box to use as compared to a T2090/T2100. This truck is not in use every day but a driver may need to get behind the wheel now and then. Of course an Eaton would be more driver friendly but this truck was always "all Mack" and I would like to preserve that if I can find a decent box. Not to go on too much aboout it, but this is our first Mack and I don't ever want another T2090. We have bought an Eaton 18 speed for this truck but am looking for a convincing reason to go back to a Maxitorque.As always, any advice/opnions would be greatly appreciated.
  16. Hi, trying to clear up what the “M” stands for in an “EM” series engine. I have an “EM6” in a 1985 R Model. It is the original engine from the factory (truck assembled in Brisbane, Australia). I have been told that it may be a Maxidyne but I can’t find anything official to support that theory. It’s our first Mack so I can only compare it to other brands but the engine is unbelievable for its age and relatively low HP (it's an EM300). I thought I would be re-powering for something with more HP but am now keen to keep it and would like to understand exactly what it is. Can anyone educate me on this? Thanks
  17. Hi, I need to move the position of my fuel filters on a R Model with an EM6. They originally sat off the chassis behind the front wheel but I have mounted a battery box and air tanks there as part of a complete rebuild of the truck. I have a couple of ideal spots but they are above the height of the fuel pump. Is there any reason that this could cause trouble - ie. some sort of atmospheric pressure rule regarding height and fuel travelling uphill that I am not aware of? Any input before I start fabricating brackets would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
  18. Hi, I hope I can get some urgent input from those in the know. I have someone fitting a sleeper to my R Model in the next few days. The R cab is on air but the sleeper will be fixed to the chassis and connected to the cab with a rubber sock. All brackets have been made and are ready for mounting but I just want to be sure we are doing the right thing with respect to the fixed sleeper height. If the cab is propped into its operating position as if full of air (ie. level), should the cab and sleeper openings line up or should the sleeper sit slightly lower than the cab? If so, by how much? My installer was thinking that the sleeper should sit about 15-20mm lower than the relative operating position of the cab so the sock is not over-stretched when the cab is in its resting position. Anyone have an opinion on this? Thanks
  19. I had a whole weekend off work and no shows to go to so my father and I messed around with the trucks. We have been slowly moving stuff out of the yard where my father used to work. We had accumulated quite a bit there over the years. My father got this R686 quite a few years ago. It was pulled there with a Big Ben and set on its front wheels. We lifted the front end and put some tires on before dragging it out of the mud. We had hoped to drag it to a buddy's house but the rear brakes were locked up. The motor is long gone. I put batteries in the R685, checked the oil and gave the priming pump a few pumps and it started right up. It was started 2 years ago so figured it would go. The radiator has a hole in it so I didn't let it run long. What do you think of putting linseed oil on this? So it looked like we actually accomplished something we hooked my father's RL to this trailer and pulled it to another buddy's place. It is full of Mack parts that I bought at Smith's Auction. Hopefully I'll fix the trailer up some day and pull it behind my LFT. That was enough for Saturday but we were at it again on Sunday. Hard to believe but next year my CH will be 25 years old and eligible for antique tags in PA. This truck came from the same company as my father's superliner and was the truck my Father drove daily for several years. It was stuffed in a corner in the pole barn so we got it out so could was more accessible to clean it up. The CH on the right is my father's. I had kicked it out the pole barn several years ago. It was sitting under a tin roof. We rented some space in a warehouse for some other trucks so this will fit in again for now. It is the sister truck to mine. My father bought it in 05 and used it as his commuter until the roads got icy and he was sliding all over the place. He loaded it up with parts and parked it and hasn't used it since. Only 14 months till that is an antique. Mike
  20. Can anyone tell me the whys and hows of the hood scoop you'd see on some 70's and early 80's Macks? I've seen them on U's RW's and R's.... but they seem to be not too common... what's the deal there?
  21. Hello my name Is Jeff and I work at Global Truck traders in Winchester, NH We mainly do used Mack parts Mainly R models, DM models, CM models, Any questions please call 1-603-239-7008
  22. Hello my name Is Jeff and I work at Global Truck traders in Winchester, NH We mainly do used Mack parts Mainly R models, DM models, CM models, Any questions please call 1-603-239-7008
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