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Re: Dutch 1958 Viking ratification [Re: Steve-W] #1299035 Fri Feb 15 2019 03:14 AM
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Mike B Offline
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Steve,

The adapters I'm talking about are nothing like what you have on your C10.

As you may or may not know Dayton Wheels are just open center wheels that are designed to clamp onto Cast Spoke Hubs. These adapters are cast iron and the center has your 6-lug Budd bolt pattern with clamps on the outer part of the disc to bolt/clamp the Dayton Wheel.

These adapters were used by fleet owners that ran Dayton wheels on the entire fleet...if they had gotten a Budd wheeled truck for some reason they would add the adapters to it making that truck now a Dayton wheel truck to "standardized" the fleet.

I'll try to take a picture of what I'm talking about if Spanky doesn't beat me to it...

Mike B smile

Re: Dutch 1958 Viking ratification [Re: Mike B] #1299268 Sat Feb 16 2019 08:28 PM
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Steve-W Offline OP
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Originally Posted by Mike B
Steve, as you may or may not know Dayton Wheels are just open center wheels that are designed to clamp onto Cast Spoke Hubs. These adapters are cast iron and the center has your 6-lug Budd bolt pattern with clamps on the outer part of the disc to bolt/clamp the Dayton Wheel.

These adapters were used by fleet owners that ran Dayton wheels on the entire fleet...if they had gotten a Budd wheeled truck for some reason they would add the adapters to it making that truck now a Dayton wheel truck to "standardized" the fleet.


Ah, no I had no idea, seeing this is my first heavier truck I guess this won't be my last suprise smile

is it something like this?
https://www.mylittlesalesman.com/1990-dayton-14107-hub-8975019

Re: Dutch 1958 Viking ratification [Re: Steve-W] #1311084 Sat May 18 2019 08:34 PM
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Finished the F250, brought it to the DMV and it passed without any issues, so now we can turn our attention back on the Viking!
Started to disassemble the front. for us it's a different model than we're used to, so It took us a good 3 ours to get the fenders and front of, but luckily we only encountered small rust problems (a.k.a. holes) at the front cab mounts.
Took out the steering column because we couldn't turn the wheels and indeed the steering gear was completely stuck. When we took it apart, we noticed that most of the grease had left and water replaced it. the bearings are all gone, but also the bearing saddles (I hope that's the right terminology) are all beyond repair.

Thinking it would be hopeless I just googled C60 Steering box and whaddaya know! I found one. it looks exactly the same, it only states 1/2 ton to 1 ton, but what difference the load capacity makes.
https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/chevrolet,1958,truck,4.3l+261cid+l6,1325944,steering,steering+gear,7416

Edit..better read twice because I now see it's a send and rebuild service frown

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Re: Dutch 1958 Viking ratification [Re: Steve-W] #1311085 Sat May 18 2019 08:38 PM
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Steve-W Offline OP
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Here some more pictures. to my suprise the alternator is a 12V version. where they all 12V or was this a factory option? (seeing it was an export model?)

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Re: Dutch 1958 Viking ratification [Re: Steve-W] #1311090 Sat May 18 2019 09:23 PM
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1958 did not come with an alternator. The item pictured is a Generator. In 1958 it would have been 12 volt from the factory. Looks like you are having way too much fun. 🛠


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Re: Dutch 1958 Viking ratification [Re: Steve-W] #1311117 Sun May 19 2019 02:14 AM
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Here's a couple pictures of my front and rear Budd to Dayton adapters. These are slated for a future project and when used will be fitted with 22.5" Dayton's.

Mike B smile

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Re: Dutch 1958 Viking ratification [Re: Steve-W] #1314857 Wed Jun 19 2019 01:11 PM
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Hey Mike, do you have Dutch ancestors? because I believe your last name is derived from Bottelier, which is a well known name here in the Netherlands.
(the name was given to the guy who was responsible for supplies on the old tall ships)

So anyway I was going over the vin plate again, zooming in on the picture and I see it says: General Motors Continental Antwerp
Google tells me that from the 20's there have been a couple of manufactering plants in Belgium for CKD's Chevy, GMC, Bedford and Vauxhall.

haven't been doing much, went on a holiday to the Isle of Man for the TT races and somehow every weekend there seems to be a birthday party smile
Hopefully we'll get something done this weekend.

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Re: Dutch 1958 Viking ratification [Re: Steve-W] #1314881 Wed Jun 19 2019 05:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Mike B
CA = Plant (I believe this is a non-USA plant...made for export)


Looks to me that CA = Continental Antwerp

Originally Posted by Mike B
Engine Serial Number F527LB

F = Flint
5 = Month (May)
27 = Day
L = 261 6-cylinder
B = ??? look at this letter again, could it be an "E"? This letter indicated what RPO's were added to your truck.


Could the "B" be the export code for "Belgium" ???

I'm not aware of any Dutch ancestry (we've been in the US since the early 1600's).

Mike B smile

Re: Dutch 1958 Viking ratification [Re: Mike B] #1315182 Sat Jun 22 2019 12:35 AM
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Steve-W Offline OP
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Originally Posted by Mike B
[quote=Mike B]
Looks to me that CA = Continental Antwerp

Engine Serial Number F527LB
F = Flint
5 = Month (May)
27 = Day
L = 261 6-cylinder
B = ???
Could the "B" be the export code for "Belgium" ???
Mike B smile


Yep..this C60 has never been in the US, but was build in Belgium and sold as a new truck in the Netherlands..
thats pretty cool right?, there can't be many trucks around anymore like this.. (omg..and we're cutting it up)


Anyway, we were pulling stuff from the cab and got it to the point we can lift it off, but we were down to 3 man, one a bit fragile, so we'll do it next week with a forklift.
In the meantime, I have a gazillion questions:

So on the picture "vacuum pipe", I have this (vacuum?) pipe entering the cab and the filter on the second picture was attached to it. then the 3rd picture is some kind of flywheel with a brake pad on the insight, engaged by a lever...I guess for the PTO?
and the last picture, how do I remove the gear stick? do we grind of the stub on the picture?

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Last edited by Steve-W; Wed Jun 26 2019 12:15 PM.
Re: Dutch 1958 Viking ratification [Re: Steve-W] #1315190 Sat Jun 22 2019 01:18 AM
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That pipe have the second picture filter on the end? If so, its likely an air intake for vacuum operated Hydrovac booster for the brakes or the 2 speed rear.


Mac :{)

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