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Binder runner from Alberta


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Old 01-01-2013, 04:13:48 AM
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A quick hello from beautiful Camrose Alberta glad to find another forum closely associated with the automotive industry. I'm a 54 year old mechanic and am working on a pair of 1953 International trucks a 1 ton pick up and a 2 ton former grain truck. as well as a few other motorized toys.
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welcome, are your trucks model L and R
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Welcome to the stak. We would like to see some pictures of your trucks and your progress. Bill K
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Howdy and hello from BC
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I have finally got parts together for the 1 ton. It will receive a 7.3 IDI engine and 5 speed transmission from a 1991 F350.
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Howdy, "neighbor", welcome to Smokstak!
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