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Welcome AC, nine years for your first post but a good one!    .....Hippy 

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Nice pics of dogs getting dirty!

Load to the top of the sideboards and then some.

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120k!! Our roads are grooved enough from 80k, I can't imagine what that would do.

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15 hours ago, j hancock said:

Nice pics of dogs getting dirty!

Load to the top of the sideboards and then some.

commonly called      a graveyard hump

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I wonder how many old macks are hiding around in garages and back fenced in areas of the big cities. Probably a gold mine out of sight out of mind.

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Ex St. Louis auto shredding r now being operated by ace metal recycling. 

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Always good to see rd and rb models working. Cherry on the top was finding two rusted b models hiding behind buildings.

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Valley Material runs an all Mack fleet with the exception of a few sterlings. Nice seeing nothing but Mack’s on a concrete pour. Never seen mixers with overhead water tanks in St. Louis but love that setup. The dm’s came from Louisville.

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Used to be common on Rocket mixers.

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Looks like the bottom 10wheeler is doing some high speed cornering  

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