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A club for 1-1/2 ton and larger, medium and Heavy duty trucks, C.O.E and busses!

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  2. anyone with PTO controls have photos of levers and the "stop" location? originally my "HH" was missing the floor mounted parking brake lever (odd for a 52 to have the floor brake lever) one control was in the cut out of the center pan as kind of seen here the other one was crudely cut in the floor board with a "hasp hinge" as a stop I fixed the missing parking brake issue and need to relocate the other PTO lever.....
  3. Brent B3B

    Welcome!

    I threw out an invite but he must be out in the shop staring at "Big Red"....... I know I would be
  4. From the album: 1948 b-1-fa-152

    bringing home a jeep axle
  5. From the album: 1948 b-1-fa-152

    at a job site
  6. From the album: 1948 b-1-fa-152

    the access road
  7. From the album: 1948 b-1-fa-152

    new bed wood (eastern hemlock)
  8. From the album: 1948 b-1-fa-152

    moving my skidder bridge panels
  9. From the album: 1948 b-1-fa-152

    cordwood headed for the local "wood bank"
  10. From the album: 1948 b-1-fa-152

    load of cordwood
  11. From the album: 1948 b-1-fa-152

    in the driveway, 2007
  12. From the album: 1948 b-1-fa-152

    not long after purchase, 2007
  13. From the album: 1948 b-1-fa-152

    harvesting ice blocks
  14. i don't know much about its prior history. i purchased it from a roofing contractor in MI, and it was being used to haul roofing debris and materials. i suspect it was a farm somewhere in the midwest.truck
  15. wallytoo

    Welcome!

    gotta get bob here, too. he's a terrific source of information, experience, and history on medium and big trucks. btw, i hate the auto-underline feature in this site. i cannot stand it. real PITA when using a tablet.
  16. these bigger trucks sure got used. in getting the build card for mine, I learned it was ordered by the US Navy and afterwards it possibly served as a fire department fleet rig. do you know the history of your truck or have a guess how it was used?
  17. Found these while going through some old files! Big truck 4x4 conversion kits!
  18. 56 c3 & 47 wfa 32 dodge pu

    1948 b-1-fa-152

    wish our truck would get to that stage within the next 2 yrs if we are able to keep it......got my fingers crossed. very nice truck. big boys/girls.....big trucks
  19. Thanks for joining guys. Kind feel like we get overlooked or lost in the regular forum. So hopefully, we can watch the progress of a couple COE builds (and others) and we can learn from you long time bigger truck owners.
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