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89 Superliner RWS754

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Came from a local contractor.

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If I was a betting man I'd say that's an old Haines and kibblehouse lowboy truck 

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It is an old H&M’s tractor,the low mileage may be from the speedo being changed over the years.How old Mack never had the speedo break?

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Well the 90 RD is on its 3rd tach and 2nd tach drive lol

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When I worked at H&K about 6 years ago they had a few older ones still on the line that were pretty tired. The drivers always seemed to take good care of the Superliners though. 

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He had about 300 truck'sI heard at one time 

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Wonder how to put together RWS and 1989.

The one on the photo looks like RW2 though.

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We just bought an h&k Mack from Coopersburg kw. My dad bought his first Mack from Bobby Metzger there in 1987. Still running it. Truck we just bought had new frame rails and trunion put in sometime in the past 5 years or so, and a good ticking motor.

Mack Macungie plant gave their construction work to another construction company, so h&k traded 60 Macks in for KWs. Or so we were told... Some of those triaxles are in really rough shape, some aren't too bad. Coopersburg had the lift axle off one triaxle, bottom frame flange was rusted clean through...

We only put 5-10k miles a year on a truck, so we'll get 20 plus years out of our purchase as long as Volvo doesnt screw with parts availability too much more...

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Cat motor, no thanks. Looking at that interior, I'd believe the mileage. Talked to an oil customer today who drives a fuel truck for h&k, he guesses my '88 we just bought is probably around 800k miles. Mine has mold on the dash around the cup holder screwed to the dash panel, HVAC duct work is duct taped, dash panels are not secured well... Radio missing from the overhead... 

That super liner probably hauled a low boy to and from job sites. Less trips than a dump truck per day...

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Looked at both superliners at coopersburg this week and frame rails are shot.both are pushing apart almost a inch,these truck are no good unless rails are replaced, they are nice looking truck otherwise

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