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A truck for Crissy

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DKase

08-19-2016 11:53:42




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Since a few of you guys enjoy old trucks I thought I would try to post a pic or two. This is the 69 I just got out of the shop this week. Been hauling corn and beans all week. Arizona truck spent most of its years hauling concrete forms between job sites. 252,000 miles, 400 HP Cummins, 13 speed OD. Yes that is the luberfiner that Nutty mentioned a few posts back.




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tractorkrum

08-22-2016 19:56:30




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 Re: A truck for Crissy in reply to DKase, 08-19-2016 11:53:42  

Great looking truck. Do you still have your other trucks that you use for hauling hay?



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DKase

08-24-2016 17:10:30




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 Re: A truck for Crissy in reply to tractorkrum, 08-22-2016 19:56:30  
Yes this is one of them. I have had it for about 8 years.



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Duner Wi

08-20-2016 07:33:07




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 Re: A truck for Crissy in reply to DKase, 08-19-2016 11:53:42  
Nice truck. Used to drive a Dia T a few years older than yours. Did you ever get your TO20 with early SBF fully sorted or do I have the wrong person?



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DKase

08-20-2016 15:53:28




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 Re: A truck for Crissy in reply to Duner Wi, 08-20-2016 07:33:07  
It's been mowing my lawn for 22 years with the 289 in it. Needs exercised again today.



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Duner Wi

08-20-2016 17:57:57




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 Re: A truck for Crissy in reply to DKase, 08-20-2016 15:53:28  
Thank you for reply.
I have a 221 cu in with 5 bolt bell housing. Next thing is getting around to do it. Thanks.



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TGP

08-19-2016 17:53:26




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 Re: A truck for Crissy in reply to DKase, 08-19-2016 11:53:42  
Nice looking Reo.

You know you can still spec a Diamond Reo glider kit?

Link

I thought that was pretty cool and a testament to the truck.

Tom



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Bradley martin

08-19-2016 16:16:57




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 Re: A truck for Crissy in reply to DKase, 08-19-2016 11:53:42  
That horizontal air cleaner is certainly different!! I have never seen one on highway tractor before. Nice trucků...enjoy!



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DKase

08-19-2016 12:04:12




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 Re: A truck for Crissy in reply to DKase, 08-19-2016 11:53:42  
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Trying to get pictures uploaded. got three of one side and one of the other. Don't know how to delete photos. Sorry

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Ande

08-22-2016 09:32:24




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 Re: A truck for Crissy in reply to DKase, 08-19-2016 12:04:12  
Nice looking Reo, brings back memories when these tractors were all over the roads. She sure looks good. Thanks for the post



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CKRICHARD

08-19-2016 13:43:32




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 Re: A truck for Crissy in reply to DKase, 08-19-2016 12:04:12  
sharp very sharp, love old trucks not as much as tractors but close.



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Moline_guy

08-19-2016 13:04:07




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 Re: A truck for Crissy in reply to DKase, 08-19-2016 12:04:12  
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Real nice old working semi, I think your wheel base is even shorter than my old coe freightliner.



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point3dave

08-19-2016 13:39:34




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 Re: A truck for Crissy in reply to Moline_guy, 08-19-2016 13:04:07  
I learned to drive in one of those cabovers Dave K



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Case Nutty 1660

08-19-2016 13:01:06




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 Re: A truck for Crissy in reply to DKase, 08-19-2016 12:04:12  
Love It! I do not remember seeing it,,, cnt



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casecollectorsc

08-19-2016 12:52:44




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 Re: A truck for Crissy in reply to DKase, 08-19-2016 12:04:12  
That's got to be a rare survivor....don't see them anymore. Cool old truck! My 80 Freightliner with 400 and 13 spd. has a luberfiner filter also.



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