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Re: Axle Bump Stop Location
buoymaker #1342377 Thu Jan 16 2020 01:32 AM
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Re: Axle Bump Stop Location
buoymaker #1342383 Thu Jan 16 2020 02:12 AM
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Wow nice looking truck in the ad. Hopes da buyer looks at it upside down b4 pulling da trigger..

Re: Axle Bump Stop Location
buoymaker #1342515 Fri Jan 17 2020 01:41 AM
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The more time you spend looking at the pictures in the Ad the more you find wrong. In one of the pictures you can see fluid dripping off the exhaust


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Re: Axle Bump Stop Location
buoymaker #1342517 Fri Jan 17 2020 01:47 AM
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Another has a cable for the parking brake looped around the pin and held on with a cable clamp instead of a proper clevis. No telling what the other end has on it.
Actually both sides are that way.
The tranny is leaking a bit as well.

Last edited by klhansen; Fri Jan 17 2020 01:50 AM.

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Re: Axle Bump Stop Location
buoymaker #1342524 Fri Jan 17 2020 02:49 AM
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In my e-mail to the seller, I also mentioned:

Mistakes
1.) The 235 engine was 105 horsepower not 92
2.) It did not have an oil bath air cleaner but a dry element type
3.) The "contrasting black running boards" are red in their pictures....that's got to be a bit embarrassing.

Missed selling points
1.) Air conditioning (not completed)
2.) Conversion to 12V and alternator
3.) Front disc brake conversion
4.) Later model Saginaw 4-speed transmission with $$$ Patrick's modified Hurst shifter.
5.) Later model rear axle (year and ratio TBD)

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