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  • About truckdog62563
    Central Illinois
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    Country of Residence
    F-1 through F-8
    Current Mileage
    75,000 - 99,999
    Miles per year
    0 - 999
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    Stu McMillan
    '52 F-3 Marmon-Herrington 6R32-4 - in progress
    '51 F-3 Marmon-Herrington R3-4 - in progress
    '51 LD7-4 M-H Ranger - safe and dry, gathering pieces


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  • Last Activity: Yesterday 09:24 PM
  • Join Date: 07-24-2005
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  1. 02-04-2019 01:45 PM - permalink
    Not sure if this is a PM but I'm interested in a couple of your F1 16X41/2 rims. Could you send me some pictures and a price please?
  2. 01-03-2019 10:55 AM - permalink
  3. 01-03-2019 10:55 AM - permalink
    Sorry for not writing back but I’m on the move back to Austria. It looks like that chuck has a Transfer case in a few moth. Ii have just found some Holley 1901 Teapot carburetors out of the box here in Mexico. One is a FFD I’d like to put one of these on a Merc Flathead but I couldn’t found a Photo from the Governor Control valve for the distributor? Do you have seen one of these?

  4. 09-19-2018 04:09 PM - permalink
    Hello Stu
    I have seen do you have a F1 Range to.
    I have bought last week a F1 Ranger to, but there is the Fuel tank, or tanks in it they are missing. There are fuel filler holes on bouts sides of the truck. These trucks have the same fuel tank like the 53 F1 or they are different?

  5. 08-17-2018 07:42 AM - permalink
    Want your Budd 79120 - 6 x 7.25 "Tubeless 17.5" wheels. My email is [email protected]. If you still have them. Thanks, Kerry.
  6. 08-15-2018 06:38 PM - permalink
    Thanks again for the widow maker help.
  7. 08-08-2018 12:17 PM - permalink

    Would you happen to have any Budd 71320 or 79120 rims?

  8. ravenclaws
    05-31-2018 08:32 AM - permalink

    Still looking for a 1948ish F1 tailgate. By chance would you have one laying around?

  9. Burlew
    02-07-2018 08:54 PM - permalink
    truckdog - This is Mike Burlew (new member) - I was directed to you by some other members of this forum when asked who the MH expert was. I just bought a 1948 F5 Marmon Herrington and I am trying to decode and determine what I have found. Can you help? I've pulled numbers off the front diff. housing, VIN plate in the glove box and the MH tag in the cab. Thanks
  10. Morgan1954
    12-17-2017 09:37 AM - permalink
    Good morning Stu. You gave me some input on my 66 F-350 rear diff options. A few weeks agonizing some medical on my end at bay for now. I checked with two salvage yards on a diff switch out and both had complete units but the backing plate to plate widths both wider with their s on laye 80’s wrecked motorhomes. Prices more reasonable than I thought. But i do think that’s the direction I want to go. I can do the switch in my shop pushing out the Alfa’s. ) but wanted to thank on your input. I live in NM. Lots of salvage yards with older/ trucks and see what hopefully pops up. The key for me is the widths and finding any other years or brands...someone tried to convince me Isuzu cargo vans.... can work.
    Best David R

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