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The Newest Vintage Hauler

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12-23-2011 10:34:29

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Sometimes my 2wd Powerstroke is not sufficient, such as in muddy pastures and junkyards. I'm hoping my new toy with aid in vintage retreival as well as recreational fun. It does smell a tad like mice, but it has 50K miles on it.

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12-27-2011 12:24:32

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 Re: The Newest Vintage Hauler in reply to Mopower, 12-23-2011 10:34:29  
i had me one of these back in the day, one stout truck, we gave it plenty of reason to fail working for a living, and it never did, i picked mine up cheap, 500 bucks and it was only 4 years old, some kid got it and decided he liked the pro-stock car look on a truck, ran big and little tires, wasnt smart enough to know you dont do that on a 4x4, busted both ring and pinions, i replaced them, drove the truck for years, sold it for 1500 in 85 or 86, i dont remember

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Greg NE

12-27-2011 09:14:39

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 Re: The Newest Vintage Hauler in reply to Mopower, 12-23-2011 10:34:29  
Nice old truck, Have a 74 just like it. The only down fall with the early ones are the drum brakes in the front. I replaced mine with a 79 disk brake front end and added the (real) power steering to it that made it stop and drive like a whole different truck! No problems with a 36ft gooseneck trailer after that. Greg NE

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12-24-2011 05:54:56

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 Re: The Newest Vintage Hauler in reply to Mopower, 12-23-2011 10:34:29  
looks pretty good for its age. When the motor gives out swap in a Cummins and OD and you'll be set. The early auto od Dodge transmission are easy to control with a handful of pipe fittings and a couple pressure switches.

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12-23-2011 17:40:12

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 Re: The Newest Vintage Hauler in reply to glennster, 12-23-2011 10:34:29  
Looks like some serious tires on it.

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