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Holy crap! I never saw a hoist like that before. What is that rated for?

 

You going to fix her up?

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3 hours ago, Bullheaded said:

Holy crap! I never saw a hoist like that before. What is that rated for?

 

You going to fix her up?

I've never seen one like that either. On one hand, that's a lot of cylinders to do lifting, on the other, they are mounted at a real disadvantage that far back.

Any tri-axle dumps I've ever seen had one big telescopic cylinder mounted at the front of the bed. I've seen 2 cylinder setups like the one pictured on tandem grain trucks, but never up that high on the frame . Starting out, those cylinders are going to almost be pointed straight back. 

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it will be damn near impossible to tip that truck over when dumping on unstable ground!!

never saw a 4 piston setup, usually 3 piston. 

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Got a Bristol Donald look to it.  Very cool.

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sure does.......

a little tidbit of trivia. Bristol Donald  no longer makes dump bodies.

a friend got the last one two years ago. they now install prefabricated bodies, mostly Bibeau, Beauroc, and Ox.

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18 hours ago, m16ty said:

I've never seen one like that either. On one hand, that's a lot of cylinders to do lifting, on the other, they are mounted at a real disadvantage that far back.

Any tri-axle dumps I've ever seen had one big telescopic cylinder mounted at the front of the bed. I've seen 2 cylinder setups like the one pictured on tandem grain trucks, but never up that high on the frame . Starting out, those cylinders are going to almost be pointed straight back. 

Nice heavy loads "could" end up pushing body back until raising. continuous movement can end up with hinge pin problems...seen it happen

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Like that the truck has Dayton hubs. Looks all business to me.

I've aligned bored quite a few of the hinge pin bosses with setups like that. Easy to repair but much more of a wear point than a more vertical plane cylinder.

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wow gorgeous truck looks brand new,,,,enjoy it...bob

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You still running the brockway 

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1 hour ago, 6368 said:

I just pulled the tags off it to transfer to the superliner at the end of the year.  Nothing wrong with it (still my favorite) just can't justify more registration and insurance.  I don't have any drivers and five is enough trucks for one guy to run.

Also i feel like it is more of a DOT magnet...like "hey thats different  lets check him out".  Had two PA troopers under it for hours one day... they had never seen wedge brakes before.  

We usually get "wow that's old. Must be well taken care of to still be running!" They check lights, brake adjustment and we're on our way...

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Didn't you buy another brockway also

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On ‎1‎/‎30‎/‎2019 at 7:23 PM, 6368 said:

coming along

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Oh my. You parked a John Deere next to one of those 4 letter blue tractors. That can lead to cross contamination.  Lol

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Where did the red one end up.

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Found a a good home for her in WV.

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37 minutes ago, 6368 said:

Found a a good home for her in WV.

Good to know

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