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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by Lone Rider, Dec 10, 2007.
Of course I'll like that one. At least it has the proper amount of lugnuts and a real "step side"
Sanford is ugly?
Dead to me...
EDIT- Just caught your last post.
At least Sanford is running.....and that is incredibly attractive. My 12v reg cab dually has something wrong, and I realize I am a plumber and not a mechanic. Still "missing" and smoking after tossing new injectors and some other bits at it. Might be a head gasket or dead hole or low pump pressure or.....the square headlights
Fix it again Tony! I mean Geno.
So yeah. It's like me talking about a beautiful woman, who is undeniably beautiful, and saying "hey, did you see that little mole on her"
Missing and smoking....is there blow-by, as in air pressure inside the valve cover? Does the engine oil smell like diesel fuel, or did it before you replaced injectors? It sounds like one of the cylinders may have been "washed down" with diesel fuel when the injector went bad and now there is a scored cylinder wall from oil starvation at the piston rings.
I hear ya, JJ: an M715 is, to my eye, a pretty substantial pickup, or was when I was a kid. It isn't when compared to modern iron (or plastic), and that really surprised me when I started driving it.
Let's get to the root of the issue.
1914 International MW 1/2 ton truck
looking for help on this one .... I need a length of 433 x 5/8 chain and master link to be able to drive this truck.
If any of you truck watchers has any clue on where I could find some or know of a custom chain maker, please PM me
Thanks Carl ....
^^^^^Look up "industrial chain" in your local area.
Lots of really of really nice Chev/GMCs in here.
I didn't remember these having the Screaming Chicken on the hood. But it's Correct.
Stickered-up right, it would be easy to Clone. Doesn't seem like there's much else "special".
Next up, From Randy Grubb,
Using another GM camper frame/445 Olds FWD platform.
My driver. 2011 Trail Teams FJ.
I did, the chain was discontinued in 1920