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wallytoo last won the day on January 31 2017

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About wallytoo

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  • Birthday 10/24/1968

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    consulting forester

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  1. wallytoo

    B4GA- 152

    i like it. not so rusty to us easterners, either, at least from that picture.
  2. wallytoo

    51 B-3 2 ton brake cylinders

    i'm with merle. i wouldn't be surprised if the cab was swapped.
  3. more like two to three years, at least. tired of seeing it in searches. and this might be the third time it has appeared here.
  4. a 237 would also be a long block (25"). this is the that came in my 1.5-ton originally.engine
  5. wallytoo

    ANSWERED 1949 Dodge B1D - no oil pressure

    check the again, being sure it is installed correctly. it is possible to install it "backwards", which results in no pressure.oilrelief valve
  6. wallytoo

    Dodge T110L Eaton axle

    i concur about the 1350. i love the one in my b-1-fa, it really does make the big more driveable.truck edit: i hate the auto-link bullsh1t in the text editor. it makes typing replies nonsensical when it jumps the cursor back to the front of the auto-linked word. stupid.
  7. wallytoo

    Can we get a good Windshield Gasket?

    my roberts gasket is still working fine after 11 years.
  8. mine came from NC; purchased it circa 1984.
  9. could be the data plate from a '51, but the cab/nose is a '53. also, with the '53 bed, it seems more likely to be mostly a '53, rather than a '51 with some swapped parts.
  10. lettering on the nose is also '53-only.
  11. the fluid drive emblems are correct. the dodge lettering on the dash would also hint at a '53 instead of a '51. here is a photo of the plate a '51 should have (my '52).
  12. wallytoo

    1949 B1 1.5 ton brake question

    i don't know of a disc conversion, but i can assure you that the brakes in the 1.5 ton trucks work very well. i've hauled some 4-ton loads in mine, over some steep roads; braking was never an issue. the cylinders can all be rebuilt. the drums are harder to source/replace. the triple overriders are a nice feature on yours.
  13. wallytoo

    Tappet Adjustment Cold

    that ^^ probably works well to set them initially. the "hot" adjustment is much easier than it appears; i'd never done it before, but i was able to adjust all on the running engine. tappet wrenches make the job even easier, but it can be done with a normal combi-wrench.
  14. ?? the 6v horn will work fine on 12v. my truck was converted to 12v, and has the original horn, which works great, and has since i bought the truck in 2007.

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