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Posted By Jeff Lakaszcyck 7 Years Ago
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Next up was the engine and transmission removal. This engine and transmission were full of water and are pretty much junk. I have good replacements. The lifting plates I made up worked well with the transmission installed. The engine was pretty much level side to side and I had plenty of adjustment fore and aft to bring the front or back up or down as I needed. With no cab or anything else in the way the engine removal was easy.

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With the engine out I could now remove the cab from the frame. I had already unbolted the cab and moved it about five feet aft on the frame, but my gantry crane did not have enough "up" to lift the cab over the installed engine, so the cab was just sitting on the frame up to now. With the cab loose the removal was pretty uneventful. This cab is in really nice shape with absolutely no rust outs and just a few dents on the back wall. Even the underside is pretty clean with just a lot of surface rust.

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With the engine and transmisson gone and the cab off it appears there is about a dump truck load of dirt in the frame rails ! That clean up will keep me busy for a while. Also the front crossmember has a nasty crack in it on the passenger side where it rivets to the frame rail. I also built a dolly so I could roll the cab around. Next up beside the frame clean up will be pulling the front hubs and seeing what kind of shape the wheel bearings and brakes are in. I'm not too hopeful about the wheel bearings since when the truck was in South Dakota "it was parked down by the creek when the creek flooded" !

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Lots of cleaning.  Time to bring out the power washer!

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Jeff I'm just glad you're working on the White again. I was afraid that J Gott guy had hopelessly corrupted you with the military stuff.

Chopped Liver, I've got my own rope thank you very much.
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Eddy;

I guess you did not get the memo, Jeff is hopelessly corrupted with military trucks, he is just wrenching on the White, to keep everyone happy in the stable, these old trucks are known to get jealous.

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It's becoming increasingly difficult to keep everyone happy. I had to wrench on the red Federal a little yesterday.


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Jeff they just need a name, like Willie Makit, or ???

Stopped by Kens yesterday to check on the rotisserie and the big shop was closed up. I found them in the basement trying, as they put it, to make a motorcycle pretty. What's the world coming too.

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I have the perfect name. How about "Willie ever get done" lol ?

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Jeff better keep one eye behind you, Eddy's next move is to try to hoist some of that snake oil paint upon you.


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