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Sounds like you guys need to up your skills to at least late 20th century tech...

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may as well take the hi / low servo apart and clean it up and lube it before the install,lots easier now,than once its installed and no or slow up shift to hi,

 

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31 minutes ago, Freightrain said:

I've typed so many things in this post but deleted them all.   I won't let a narrow minded person knock me down to their level and beat me with experience.

My apologies, I'll try to go easier on you newbies.

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20 minutes ago, j hancock said:

Sounds like someone is pissed that they can't figure out how to make money with an older truck.  Maybe the "Red Green's" of this world are actually pretty smart and can think for themselves.

Some of us know better than to try to make money with an old truck!

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7 hours ago, TeamsterGrrrl said:

Sounds like you guys need to up your skills to at least late 20th century tech...

Sounds like you need to get a life and come to reality 

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33 minutes ago, GreenGiant2 said:

So I have a 76 brockway tractor that I use to move my equipment.  Am I stupid cause it's old and should I go find a new truck and spend 150k and have payment.  No I don't think so. For 5000 miles or less a year it isn't worth it. My truck puts money in my pocket and is paid for. I don't have a 2000 dollar payment each month.

For 5000 local miles a year a used truck makes sense. But tearing the drivetrain apart for dubious benefit doesn't make sense.

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And IIRC, isn't this Eaton trans a 913 or 9513? nowhere near enough torque capacity for a low RPM 300 Maxidyne!

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11 minutes ago, david wild said:

Spoken by a union steering wheel holder that never had to concern themselves with the cost of running a business, easy to make comments on something you know little about. 

Very well put. My thoughts also.

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22 minutes ago, TeamsterGrrrl said:

For 5000 local miles a year a used truck makes sense. But tearing the drivetrain apart for dubious benefit doesn't make sense.

Yes it does. I built this truck from ground up. If I want to change things I can and will and if you don't like it, I don't care.

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I missed the original topic(fortunately perhaps) but the animosity is dripping off the page!

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One thing she has said is true and that is the 9513 is too small for the mack engine unless your going to make a toy truck of it.

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hmmmm   the red green show ` does`nt take much to amuse some people   :)

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1 hour ago, carlotpilot said:

hmmmm   the red green show ` does`nt take much to amuse some people   :)

He did build the Hillary Campaign bus pretty cheaply.

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Just now, keg1 said:

This same person told me all I had was a parts truck when I was going to change trans and rears in my 85. But as was already mentioned its kind of nice getting compliments on a 30 year old truck that's still working.

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Take it from the sourse. They told me my Marmon is a piece of crap just by reading the word in a post. 

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3 hours ago, Truck Shop said:

                            I ran this old girl for quite a few years and made money with it, never let me down no payments either. 1966 with a 64 Truck Trailer sleeper. So yes it can be done.

                            Truck Shop

 

                            

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ts      does that ole gal still exist?

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