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Okay guys, I'm not sure if anyone here really cares about being updated on this project, but here goes.  So, I had an incredible summer with work, my job kept me working many hours and away from home.

Finally !

Hey guys, I'm back on this project.  I worked on it through the end of December then moth-balled the whole thing for a while.  I ended up gutting my kitchen, living room and bathroom, but it is almost

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Hurstscrambler,

What a beautiful truck! Your determination, skill and pride are starting to finally to come to completion. I totally enjoyed reading your entire 11 pages of posts and photos from beginning to now and can't wait for the final compleated truck. You are a true master at following your dream to be able to complete this project. My hat is off to you sir. Best of luck with her.

 

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I certainly appreciate the encouraging words, it has taken too long.  The pictures make it look nicer than it is.  It’s really just a thorough cleanup job.  Some of the real restorations on here would put it to shame.  Either way it’s been a fun project and I look forward to completing it.  I messed around with the air system today and everything appears to be working properly.  That was a hurdle I was not looking forward to.  Andy

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That's a strange looking Mack B model.....?

 

Nice Job!  It will be good to have a big Binder out at the shows!

 

Jim

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Anybody know what this thing would take for PS fluid.  It has and Eaton belt drive pump.  It doesn’t smell like ATF, so I’m assuming it would just take PS fluid but I’m not sure.  Thanks, Andy

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Is there a tag or stamped model number on the pump?

Another possibility is some systems use motor oil as steering fluid.

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Jim

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It’s an Eaton pump, I see 363201R1 is cast near the inlet, there is also 870440C91 stamped into the top of the plug that maybe has some sort of pressure regulating spring in it?  Other than that I don’t see anything.  It is a Ross box TE712993, but I believe it to basically be a manual box with a hydraulic control valve system mounted on the end that controls the rams on either side of the truck.  I’m at a bit of a loss here, the fluid in it looks red-ish, but it doesn’t smell like ATF.  Looking to fill this thing up in the next hour or so. Thanks, Andy

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57 minutes ago, hurstscrambler said:

It’s an Eaton pump, I see 363201R1 is cast near the inlet

That number was also found on binder farm tractors and info seems to indicate hydraulic fluid.

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