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Mack firetruck chassis


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I have a farm wagon that was built on an early Mack firetruck chassis. By early I mean it has mechanical brakes that are rigged to work if pulling it loaded. It uses 20 inch open Dayton rims with 750-20 tires. The hubs are 8 spoke 4 lugs on each wheel. There are old script Mack hub caps on all 4 tires. Based on pictures I've seen I believe it is a 30 or 31 but I have no idea of a model. Any help appreciated. Btw I think it was right hand drive because of the location of the brake pedal.

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On 10/2/2021 at 1:24 AM, Ky x driver said:

I have a farm wagon that was built on an early Mack firetruck chassis. By early I mean it has mechanical brakes that are rigged to work if pulling it loaded. It uses 20 inch open Dayton rims with 750-20 tires. The hubs are 8 spoke 4 lugs on each wheel. There are old script Mack hub caps on all 4 tires. Based on pictures I've seen I believe it is a 30 or 31 but I have no idea of a model. Any help appreciated. Btw I think it was right hand drive because of the location of the brake pedal.

I suspect we'll never hear from you again....

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On 10/4/2021 at 2:09 PM, GA_Dave said:

Mack was building the following fire apparatus chassis in the 1930-31 time period - The AB, AC/AP/AL, and the Early B.  As Joey said, a photo would be helpful.

 

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Thanks for the info.The model  was what I was looking for.  With the wagon bed still on it I'm not sure how much a photo will help. I don't know how to send pictures from my phone. I'll get my neighbor to help.

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