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  1. Mike L

    AC question

    Was his vacation related to a picture that didn’t stick around very long?
  2. Mike L

    Just another day in paradise

    Did it today. My a/c in the kw got a little swampy unless I was rolling it down the road. Opened the hood and half my condenser was wet and a little green. Ordered a new one and added half a pound of cold air to get me through to the weekend.
  3. Mike L

    Just another day in paradise

    About 3 years ago (I think) I was buying 30 lb jugs of R134 for $115 each or 3 jugs for $105 each. On another note, my short block for the engine debacle finally showed up. I’ll start on that tomorrow.
  4. Mike L

    39MT Starter for 671

    Not all Napa stores are created equal. Some are downright disappointing and some of them are like a big boy toy store.
  5. Mike L

    Just another day in paradise

    Cummins or a gas job?
  6. Mike L

    Floor mounted throttle pedal into 2025 W900?

    Well maaaaaybe we’d like to see them
  7. Mike L

    Floor mounted throttle pedal into 2025 W900?

    Got any pics of the whole truck?
  8. Mike L

    LLC

    yes sir. Chief cook and bottle washer.
  9. Mike L

    LLC

    Good link, ahart. crane op, when I was in Maine I operated as a dba. Cm, we are relocating back to Maine in the next month. Texas has not worked out the way we hoped.
  10. Mike L

    LLC

    My business is filed as an LLC here in Texas. Do I have to file it again in Maine or is it a one and done, doesn’t matter where you live sort of thing?
  11. Mike L

    Lets talk about old diesel fuel...

    Find someone who has an old 5.9 Cummins. It would run on that stuff for months!
  12. Mike L

    Lets see your "ultimate" service truck!

    Turned sharper than a shortbed regular cab pickup
  13. Mike L

    Lets see your "ultimate" service truck!

    I had juice brakes and a spicer 7. Spring ride. bounced my head off the headliner too many times
  14. Mike L

    Lets see your "ultimate" service truck!

    I’m 100% ok with that setup.
  15. Mike L

    Lets see your "ultimate" service truck!

    Don’t know anything about the sti. Always had IMT and maintainer. My first truck on my own was an 06 f750 with a 24 valve Cummins and an IMT 11’ body. Super solid truck. Huge fan of the IMT bodies. Well built with phenomenal support.
  16. Mike L

    Lets see your "ultimate" service truck!

    That’s pretty discouraging. I’ve never had an IHC or an auto crane.
  17. Mike L

    Lets see your "ultimate" service truck!

    I’ve got a theory that they pump special air inside those trucks that makes you want to spend money. Besides, it’s a better investment than strippers.
  18. Mike L

    Lets see your "ultimate" service truck!

    an A model and a snap on truck-
  19. Mike L

    Any brand log trucks

    That color is hot!
  20. Mike L

    Hydraulic toruqe wrenchs

    Don’t have experience with komatsu counter weight bolts but back in my Volvo days we would just heat the bolts up cherry red which would loosen the adhesive and then just hit it with the 1” gun. We had hydraulic torque wrenches but it takes quite a reaction bar to reach anything and then you...
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