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Eddy Lucast
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Thought we'd found true love, he met another and phhht he was gone, darn squirrels!

Chopped Liver, I've got my own rope thank you very much.
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Yes, I seem to be easily distracted ! But I think there is a guy near you with the same problem only much much worse !

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Yes, I was introduced to the Historical Walking Tour 2 weeks ago. Need to go back and see if the road grader materialized.

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The road grader was delivered along with another large historical piece.

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what's this grader hijacking?  I looked at earlier posts, trying to figure the grader out, and I see there was a possibility of getting detail pictures of that 5th wheel on Jeff's WC 20 chassis.  You've got some interesting projects, Jeff.

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Bruce, the Road grader belongs to Ken Ochenkowski. It's an old horse drawn one. If you need pictures of the 5th wheel I can get some. I'm planning to use it on the WB28. If you know anyone who needs a 1957 WC20 rolling chassis I would like to find it a good home. It's in good condition.

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Eddy Lucast (11/11/2017)
Yes, I was introduced to the Historical Walking Tour 2 weeks ago. Need to go back and see if the road grader materialized.


Did you do the Guided or self guided tour, I understand the guided tour is very extensive as it involves crawling under Sterling trucks checking out frame numbers. Did you redeem your groupon with the owner

John G



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There hasn't been much progress on the WB28 but I did just finish building an engine stand for the 280A that will go into it. So now I can roll the engine around and get it cleaned up and painted. It also positions the engine high enough so I can get the oil pan off and clean the sludge out. I built some lifting adapters too. The front one mounts where the thermostat housing bolts to the head. The rear one bolts to the rear of the bellhousing and can be used with or without the transmission installed. It sure beats wrapping chains around manifolds and brackets, now I can level the engine very easily when lifting it.

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Tony Bullard
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That really came out nice Jeff. I like the way you can either have the transmission on or off and there's a lot of room under the pan so you can work on the bottom. I like the adjustable plates also. Nice job!


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Very nice bit of kit!



Jim

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