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medium and large duty trucks, yes. pickups, no.
except for the model t.
the model t could be had with a 2 speed rear. if i remember correctly, it was called a ruxtle or ruxby rear.
rarely in life do you meet a person that will drop everything to help a stranger,
and give the shirt off his back to a friend.
Steve Price was that kind of person.
Godspeed "window licker", the short bus will never be the same with you gone.
Last edited by tjc transport; 11-28-2007 at 03:30 PM.
It was used in the F6/600 trucks from about 1947 - 1960. (1.5 TON )
They're pretty scarce nowadays. replaced by a larger axle for F-600's in th elate 50's.
It would be way too big for any pickup..... PLUS, the highest ratio ws 5.83:1 HIGH and 8.11:1 Low
1955 F-600/292Y/E4OD // D I S C L A I M E R: No animals were injured while test driving my F-600 except the ones I RAN OVER INTENTIONALLY!!!
2005 6.0L F-350 4x4
I have had my hands on Cessna, Northrup, Lockheed and McDonnell Douglas throttles. I still handle Boeing throttles and Convair (Consolidated Vultee).
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