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This is a collection of just a few Superliners I have collected online, hope you like!!

Here is some pictures of our trucks working!

New to me 1991 RW-613 400 E-7 13 speed 44 rears

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Here is an update on the 83 I purchased in Wyoming from Osborne. We got the Mack build records and painted it back to the original colors except for the black inside the frame. V8 runs strong, Mack 9spd, Spicer 4spd, mack rears on air. Queston? does the mount and sunvisor look factory?

no its not a factory mount or visor $_3.JPG Lunds are square not round faced, and attach to the cab(no bracket)

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Thanks for the update on the visor. I was at Gearhart's and I cannot believe after hours in the Superliner row I never looked at the visors!

too much other eye candy on them I guess.

mackdaddy,

The sun visor on your 83 is a factory one. Mack put both on up until 1987. After 87 they stuck with just the lund sun visor. All of the Mack Magnum Superliners built had the same visor as yours with different mounting brackets that came out in 1985 with the Superliner 2.

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Its one bad ass dog is which one it is, they look sweet together, you should buy killer and have two!

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Don't have a lot of history on it. Sold new as one of 2 identical trucks out of Montana, ended up in Wyoming with the same owner for many years. He retired and sold it to Osborne where it sat for a few years. Runs really good and no apparent issues. most likely I am going to offer it for sale. I did not put a fifth wheel on it just in case someone wants it for a truck chassis.

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nothing like the look of tube type bias ply on an old truck. looks like that silver Super might have some bearing issues when they got where theyre going. looks like the grease keeper cap leaked a lil when they pulled the axle out.

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