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Old 08-04-2009, 11:52 AM
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Holy Smokes that looks like a train on dirt! lol

Here's my 52 F6 havent done much with it yet, other than pull all the old rotten wood off and working on some engine maintenance for now.
but needs some body work and a few other things, just need some time.

Looks like a good old solid truck.
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Old 08-04-2009, 12:02 PM
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Here's my two contributions....still trying to find a way to get them home from my uncle's place. F6 and F8, both '49's.
Good luck getting those home Havi, How far do you have to take them?
How long they been sitting?

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Old 08-04-2009, 12:08 PM
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Heath, thats a good looking truck.
How did you wind up with six lug wheels and tubless tires on that one?
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Old 08-04-2009, 12:16 PM
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About 300 miles. He has a logging operation, so moving them is no problem, lol. Me having a trailer big enough is a problem.
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here are some of the ones I drive,1997 f800 4x4 5.9 cummins allison auto 12 ft dump 10 ft flink plow 8ft flink salter and a 1996 ln8000 8.3 cummins allison auto 12 ft flink plow 10 ft flink stainless steel vbox spreader.
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Hmmmm. Big trucks. Here's my '53, soon to be '54 Big Job. Caterpillar V-8, full air brakes, tandem drive axle, 5x4 transmission combo. Currently on ebay, in hopes of funding more BIG projects.



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Old 08-10-2009, 02:09 AM
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Good looking truck wmjoe1953
You might find this site usefull now or later..http://www.truckntow.com/default.aspx
Good prices and fantastic Service, best website I have used..You can add a remove from your cart... it automaticaly figures the price and shipping as you go. I bought 2 West Coast Mirrors, 2 spotmirrors, 4 taillights, 4 grommets for the lights, 4 pigtails, for 64.00 And they sent me a thankyou note and a nice pair of gloves.I was impressed.

Good luck with you sale.

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I was going to build this...

I had a detroit 8.2 and allison and was deliberating on installing f450 axles and a pickup clip or newer f600 or IH disc brake axles. I stumbled onto this 85 for a good deal and sold out of the 76 project.
I have a scissor lift, pto,and pump and need to configure a bed slide mechanism to use it as a dump AND rollback.
It has the 370 gas engine and an allison automatic.
I'd like to change over to a powerstroke but for as little as I use it the 4.5 mpg doesn't matter when I still use maybe $100 a year at that rate and can drop in a 460 if the engine goes bad.
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