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Mike Donohue

1999 CH 613 Sleeper truck

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Ugly but great running and reliable truck ! I've taken this to every corner of the country this year and only selling due to a stage 4 cancer diagnosis, so not quite sure about if or when I might be returning to driving.

The good, parts that have been replaced with less than 35,000 miles on them:

New Steer tires

Good drives

new clutch

New rear torque arms

New rear brakes , drums, pads & seals , front are good

What it needs now , at least in my opinion:

New Air Dryer (current is bypassed)

A/C is not working , jumped the compressor and it kicked in , just ran out of time to fix.

Both vent windows need replaced , driver side took a pellet going thru Shreveport LA the passenger side pivot is broke at the top, passenger window does not roll down.

Door panels are off, because I was replacing some of the clips inside for the door linkage

A good deep cleaning , replace the hood (Current one has far more dings than I care to deal with) and paint.

I will be pulling an oil sample to share,

$15,000 located an hour north of Tampa FL

Best way to contact me is via email at rydermike02@hotmail.com

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Sorry to hear about the cancer. 

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43 minutes ago, Dirtymilkman said:

Sorry to hear about the cancer. 

Thanks man ! We are going to beat it like a red headed stepchild ! Going for the 3rd treatment out of 12 on Tuesday. Greatly appreciates the shout out !

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I forgot to mention I put three new 925 batteries in it at the beginning of the year and it was getting 6.0 - 7.8 MPG with both a van or Flatbed.

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Know what you mean about the unknown future with cancer.

Had to sell mine too.

Is that a Boatwright unit?

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2 hours ago, hatcity said:

Know what you mean about the unknown future with cancer.

Had to sell mine too.

Is that a Boatwright unit?

You fully retired now Ed?

Wishing both of you the best in recoveries and remissions as that is such a cruel disease to all impacted including loved ones.

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Posted (edited)

GOD IS GOOD Mike! Hope He blesses you with recovery.

 

Edited by Mack Technician

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8 hours ago, Rob said:

You fully retired now Ed?

Wishing both of you the best in recoveries and remissions as that is such a cruel disease to all impacted including loved ones.

No Rob. I just drive for a local sand company. Basic maintenance (grease, oil changes) is all I do. no more brakes, u-joints, carrier bearings, radiators, fan clutches

And I got rid of all my tools

thanks for asking....and i'm doing good so far

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Great to hear. Knew there had been an occurance but didn't follow up. 

Don't know how I'd fare without my tools. Kind of a part of life for me and would be lost without them. 

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8 hours ago, Mack Technician said:

GOD IS GOOD Mike! Hope He blesses you with recovery.

 

Thank you so much !

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7 hours ago, hatcity said:

No Rob. I just drive for a local sand company. Basic maintenance (grease, oil changes) is all I do. no more brakes, u-joints, carrier bearings, radiators, fan clutches

And I got rid of all my tools

thanks for asking....and i'm doing good so far

Great to see things are working out for you ! 

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$1500 price drop ! Sister truck needed steer tires over the weekend before rolling out so price has dropped accordingly to offset the cost to replace with a really nice set of your choice .

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