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Have any of you guys had any experience with Chalmers susp. On a tractor? I know they work pretty good on the dumps and mixers, there are a couple a Petes for sale that were used in the oil fields they are geared for about 70 mph but I will be using them local in an out of NYC an Jersey so speed is no worry, but the suspension I am not to sure about? Any help would be good!

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A few of Quadozzi's mixers run it. Seems to be very low maintenance and strong. Paul

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There was a company out of Mass. called Petroleum carries red r- models with chalmers and disc brakes. When the CHs came out Mack had given them a truck with same spec s to try and weed out the flaws. There tanks also had chalmers no maintenance!

Ed

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