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Volvo do we really need European Volvo fuel tanks :pat:

Or are you going for the Retro Mack look :blink:

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With all the emission crap taking up valuable frame space; square fuel tanks hold more fuel than round tanks of the same length. And if you look toward the front of the tank you see the blue cap on the DEF tank for the SCR system. The square tank lets the DEF and diesel tanks blend together better and gives greater capacity. That's why every European truck has square tanks.

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1963 Mack B-61ST Western truck. 36,000 km Original drive train. 15 speed Triplex transmission. Viva 750 Hydraulic boom. 16 foot deck. Currently on Historic plates. Just too many projects. $16,000 htt

putting an E9 in a Western Star would be like breeding a prize race horse to "My Lil' Pony"

That blue Superliner is no longer for sale.I bought it last Sunday.

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With all the emission crap taking up valuable frame space; square fuel tanks hold more fuel than round tanks of the same length. And if you look toward the front of the tank you see the blue cap on the DEF tank for the SCR system. The square tank lets the DEF and diesel tanks blend together better and gives greater capacity. That's why every European truck has square tanks.

I knew you would be on top (with european knowledge :thumb: )on the tank

But I hate change :rolleyes:

Seen the wheel bases getting longer and longer to try and except a right side tank :unsure:

If,,,,,,,,,,,, The new Macks are getting such good fuel mileage then a 100 gal tank will give you a 550 mile day (this is a dump spec truck)If they need a bigger tank then their tonnage rate is low, but that's what Ive seen with people today running dumps 100,000 miles a year,,,go back 25 years,,,, dumps would put 15,000 miles a year on and made as much as they do today..

I hate change,,,,,,,,,,, but will remember what it was

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Nothing special but someone will ask,,,,,,, Did Mack put a cummins in a Granite

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2006 MACK CV500 (VIN: 1M2AG06C56M001059); (ODOMETER: 73854); Engine - CUMMINS ISL 330 HP; Jake Brake; Transmission Speeds - 9; Transmission Model - RTO14909ALL; 3 Axles; Front Axle Capacity - 20000 lbs; Rear Axle Capacity - 38000 lbs; Rear End Ratio - 4.89; Wheelbase - 252; Suspension Type - AIR RIDE; Interior Level - STANDARD; Sleeper Type - N/A; Fuel Tank Capacity (Right) - 81 gal; N/A 5th; Tire Size (Front) - 425/65R22.5; Tire Size (Rear) - 11R22.5; 12 Aluminum Wheels;

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16 low mileage Macks coming to a truck lot near you

Repo's at their best

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Nothing special but someone will ask,,,,,,, Did Mack put a cummins in a Granite

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2006 MACK CV500 (VIN: 1M2AG06C56M001059); (ODOMETER: 73854); Engine - CUMMINS ISL 330 HP; Jake Brake; Transmission Speeds - 9; Transmission Model - RTO14909ALL; 3 Axles; Front Axle Capacity - 20000 lbs; Rear Axle Capacity - 38000 lbs; Rear End Ratio - 4.89; Wheelbase - 252; Suspension Type - AIR RIDE; Interior Level - STANDARD; Sleeper Type - N/A; Fuel Tank Capacity (Right) - 81 gal; N/A 5th; Tire Size (Front) - 425/65R22.5; Tire Size (Rear) - 11R22.5; 12 Aluminum Wheels;

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16 low mileage Macks coming to a truck lot near you

Repo's at their best

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The yellow dump trucks belonged to Kearney Development in Tampa, FL. At one time ran over 100 dumps of their own. Filed CH11 last year.

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usmcjimbo said: The yellow dump trucks belonged to Kearney Development in Tampa, FL. At one time ran over 100 dumps of their own. Filed CH11 last year.

And probably never seen an oil change,,,,,I just feel bad for the future owners

You really have to do your homework when buying anything today

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1958 Mack B61, $6500, Used, 1958 Mack B61. Good tires and breaks. Minor rust, original paint. Runs great, turbo diesel. previously a fire truck.

http://www.autotrader.ca/used_cars_Heavy+Trucks_details/MARKHAM_Ontario_1958_MACK_B61_1258345.html?srcID=25&frnID=9794357&ms=heavy_trucks_trailers&prv=Ontario&r=40

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O.K,,,I have no problem with this truck taking them ten years to complete and literally removing

every nut and bolt on the truck,,,,,,,,,,,But in ten years, they could have called Barry once to

get the Correct gauges, switches and flaps...

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O.K,,,I have no problem with this truck taking them ten years to complete and literally removing

every nut and bolt on the truck,,,,,,,,,,,But in ten years, they could have called Barry once to

get the Correct gauges, switches and flaps...

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Looks like a nice restoration not priced out of line for what it is. I like how the seller states that it will run 80mph but not comfortably. I also like the auxilary panel placed forward of the shifters in the usually wasted space of a small cab. I may have to plagiarize that for my own use.

Rob

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If I remember correctly,,,,wasnt this a limited edition in 1984 with the MH and RW???????

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http://www.commercialtrucktrader.com/big-trucks/find/listing/1984-MACK-MH602-96667154

I believe that is a Goodyear Racing Tire MH. I saw one the other day still lettered.

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Looks like a nice restoration not priced out of line for what it is. I like how the seller states that it will run 80mph but not comfortably. I also like the auxilary panel placed forward of the shifters in the usually wasted space of a small cab. I may have to plagiarize that for my own use.

Rob

Are you going for the licence plate lite and the toggle switches with the James Bond anti bump protectors (don't know what they call them) or just the console idea :D

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I believe that is a Goodyear Racing Tire MH. I saw one the other day still lettered.

Thanks Doug,

That is the reason why I felt Ive seen it somewhere,, must have been in a magazine or something.

Then I remember,,,after I posted,,, A stripe package on the (I think) 1990 MH and RW was White with blue stripes and one red pin stripe but cant find pictures.

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Are you going for the licence plate lite and the toggle switches with the James Bond anti bump protectors (don't know what they call them) or just the console idea biggrin.gif

I really didn't pay any attention to what was mounted in the console. I think something like that with a couple of cubbyholes could be very useful as there is so little room in a B series cab.

Rob

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My CB hangs in that open space, so no room for a console there. Been contemplating building a console between the two seats though. Enough room for a/c unit, cup holders and the like. Just level between the seats, so that I could lay down across it if need be. I've slept across the seats a couple times, but back when it still had bench seat in it.

Those "covered" switches are for "safety", as you can't accidentally move them until you flip the cover up.

That's a good looking B model, and time will tell what it goes for at the ATHS auction next month!

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Will agree on the time, paint(they can lay clear), chrome, craftsmanship and the center console,,,but the parts from NAPA and R-model fuel gauge bothered me

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Don't know Roger but maybe worth a call on old and new parts

If I remember correct,,,, They use to sell the odd spec Mack test trucks 20 some years ago

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This is not the first Mack (for sale) ad listing the engine as a volvo engine :(

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http://www.commercialtrucktrader.com/big-trucks/find/listing/1966-Mack-R690T-96566334

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Don't know Roger but maybe worth a call on old and new parts

If I remember correct,,,, They use to sell the odd spec Mack test trucks 20 some years ago

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This is not the first Mack (for sale) ad listing the engine as a volvo engine :(

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http://www.bigtrucksalvage.com/(S(gvwhpv3wrlknvxric1nmye55))/salvage_display.aspx?qfSalvageID=267077&qfTypeOfSalvage=PARTS&qfSection=salvage&qfPrint=NO

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http://www.commercialtrucktrader.com/big-trucks/find/listing/1966-Mack-R690T-96566334

1977 rs700l that i found for sale. 375 v8,12spd,44rears,i think it has a 14 ft bed.

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1977 rs700l that i found for sale. 375 v8,12spd,44rears,i think it has a 14 ft bed.

Sure is a nice looking truck from the photo. I'd be a little hesitant to work it however with the parts availability of the engine without spares readily available.

I can't afford it but do you know what the price was?

Rob

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Sure is a nice looking truck from the photo. I'd be a little hesitant to work it however with the parts availability of the engine without spares readily available.

I can't afford it but do you know what the price was?

Rob

$8,000

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$8,000

That really doesn't sound out of line for a truck that could be operated right away. Even with the anticipation of replacing an engine in the future with something better as far as parts availability.

Rob

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