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1951 Marmon Herrington

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Not sure what you are asking. Are you looking for info on this specific truck or on Marmon-Herrington trucks in general?
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No, I have one, and have plenty of info. Just wondering if anyone had seen it before it hit ebay.
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looks nice ..but only 2 shifters ?? was that normal for the"small" trucks?? and the rear end looks newer ..again ..maybe the little trucks were set up different ..and 3000 miles ..must'a been broke for a long time ..
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1952henry is a long time Marmon-Herrington owner and knows his stuff on the breed. He's asking about that specific truck. I don't know specifics about it. Stu
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Looks like a clean truck with most of the MH stuff there, right? Wouldn't take much to finish that truck.
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looks nice ..but only 2 shifters ?? was that normal for the"small" trucks?? and the rear end looks newer ..again ..maybe the little trucks were set up different ..and 3000 miles ..must'a been broke for a long time ..
The 1/2 (and 3/4 tons up to late 50 or early 51) had single speed transfer cases. They also sported Dana axles as opposed to the Timkens on the 3/4 tons.
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This truck is awfully nice, but the missing front stabilizer springs would be a question. Are just the leaves missing and easily replaced, or are the hangers themselves also missing. The pictures don't show that I can tell. These stabilizer springs were used on the LD7-4 half tons and R3-4 single speed 3/4 tons. My '50 and '51 F-3 R3-4s both have them. Stu
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