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Sightliners are always interesting to look at.

KooL to see the early skidders with push blades and a logging arch out back.

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A Sightliner with a sleeper and early Steiger tractors.

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Nice group picture for the JTL rigs.

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This Bulletin is dated April 1952. The 102 Spacer Saver took 4" off the back of the cab and moved the bumper back 2" for a 102" BBC instead of the regular 108" BBC.


In the Crismon book there is a factory photo of the 102 Space Saver and he points out in the caption that it has a single rear window instead of the regular split window. This picture is from International Trail November 1955 and in the article it is identified as a 102 Space Saver and has a single rear window.


The R-195 in this 1953 ad has a single rear window.


This Bulletin is dated April 1955. The 96 Space Saver replaced the 102 Space Saver. In ads and articles it's referred to as the Super Space Saver. It has 4" off the back of the cab, the cab is moved ahead 4" and the grille is flattened out and the bumper moved back 4" for a 96" BBC. The front axle is moved ahead 2".









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Yeah, I can't really make heads nor tails of it. The belt driven acc looks a lot like a Bendix vacuum pump, but it has too many hoses on it. 
 My recollection is the early Fab's would have an updraft carb, but I could be wrong. Too much we can't see.
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The intake tube to the carburetor seems to be connected to the top of the rocker cover which seems odd.
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Two of the ducts are going into the cab. It may be some kind of heater. It really seems more like air conditioning. But it seems too early for A/C, although Packard had it in 1940. 



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Hard to tell from the pic's the engine is the stock FAB 6, early version with the distributor on the back of the genny. It might be a belt driven supercharger (vane type blower) but hard to see enough of what was going on with all those tubes. 


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