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One of the best Macks ever made. A pullin beast.

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A 10 speed in a heavy haul truck seems a bit odd, but it’s certainly a beauty. 

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9 hours ago, HeavyGunner said:

A 10 speed in a heavy haul truck seems a bit odd, but it’s certainly a beauty. 

I was hoping to see what gear ratio was stamped on the carriers but I couldn't because of the fifth wheel plate and design of the rear fenders.

 

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                            Nice tractor and nice sign art also.

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endtB? What's the B stand for? I know DT is diesel, turbo, but what's the B?

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18 hours ago, HeavyGunner said:

A 10 speed in a heavy haul truck seems a bit odd, but it’s certainly a beauty. 

Lou switched transmissions when he restored that truck.

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8 hours ago, Rob said:

Usually means "Dynatard" engine brake installed. Being that late however the analogy could have carried over to the Jacob's engine brake but I'm not sure there.

It's a glider. The endt tip turbine motor wasn't used anymore in 88, they had gone to the E6 4valve. Forgot about the dynatard! 

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Beautiful 

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That's is a SWEET R I've seen it and the newer RD love em

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