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Old 06-12-2014, 06:50 PM
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Thank you John for the suggestion of hanging flaps in front of the rears. A very good idea which I will most likely use. I was pretty bummed out when I saw the mud on the cab after a mulch delivery after a rain. I drive a lot of dirt roads and that problem will get nothing but worse.
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Probably been posted before, but she's so purdy
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Never thought I'd be posting in this thread but I actually used Betsy this morning to do some work. Of course now I have even more work to do fixing the planter and the sprinkler lines I broke.

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Pictures of my truck doing what a truck should do.

Here is a picture of my 1955 hauling a new garage door home.

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Another one hauling some 2x4 and sheetrock home for a project.

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Hey Oldwi,
Nice looking truck! Love those wheels - Nice to see it working.

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I love theses trucks. The COE above it even more but my virus wont let me post more than one at a time. Wish I knew how to reinstall my OS back to new. Wish I had got the Os with it. Somehow on line but I can't find any reference to it on my system. But that is for another thread.
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Nice looking truck! Love those wheels - Nice to see it working.

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Thanks Ben!

It is nice to be driving it this summer before tearing it apart again to finish body work and final paint. It is fun when you get comments at Lowes or Home Depot when you are loading it up with material for some project.

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I like them too, but maybe I'm a bit partial...

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I like them too, but maybe I'm a bit partial..
I have always liked the look of the Keystone Classic's. Needless to say when I found a set on CL that fit my truck for a good price I was stoked. I like the way the look and it saved me a lot of money over new wheels.
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1st big job for my '54. Had to haul a couch, shelves and household stuff from my in-laws move and downsizing. 500 miles round trip.

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Good Job! 500 miles ain't nuthin to sneeze at! How did your truck handle it? And we need more pictures of your truck.
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