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Jim C. Blue
Hey, neat truck!

Thanks for the replies, everyone!

Alexander's Automotive Assortment []
  • 1953 GMC 9700 3-ton**
  • 1978 Plymouth Arrow
  • 1980 Jeep J10 (Work in progress)
  • 1985 Red Wagon Trailer (for cars)
  • 1986 Toyota Tercel Wagon 4wd
**(9700 in Canada or 450 in USA.)
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Ed Pruss The neighbors were pulling a driven well not using the outriggers,the suspension compressed and when the pipe broke it fired the pipe clear over the house and stuck in the other neighbors yard ! Fortunately it cleared all other possible targets. Had similar experience with my winch truck,suspension really compresses when pipe couplings hit rocks.You learn with winch trucks in 60 years.

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