With two two vehicles down (M35A2 transfer case and Trailblazer valve issue) I needed something to tow my camper tomorrow. Tractor Supply had a Reese 37096 in stock. Had to drill two 1/2 holes and bend the pintle ears up (with a 20T bottle jack and a hammer) but otherwise pretty straight...
Since I see the MVA form, which applies additional MVA wording (not the law) quoted as law from time to time, the actual Maryland law is COMAR:
.05 Registration Requirements and Plate.
A. The owner of a vehicle to be registered under this chapter shall also certify on the...
Anyone bringing 1100/1200/1380/1480R20 RADTBE TR44 or equivalent tubes to mount the 395's I got from atankersdad last year on my Deuce? Want to get the new tires mounted before a trip the end of June. Anyone have a suggestion for mounting in Southern Maryland?
Replaced the ether cylinder and it started right up, after jumping from the M1009. The batteries appear to be shot..I had to get the cylinder from AlbanCat, not cold enough usually around here for the heavy truck suppliers to stock it, or a couple of truck stops.
Useful to me to jump my M1009 to/from my Deuce, to add supplementary power to my 24v solar backup system, and to run my 24v impact wrench. I added a NATO receptacle to my solar system to use a standard NATO jumper cable.
. My lightweight equipment enclosure, new home for deuce work. End panels go on this week.
DieselBob -plenty of room for just the deuce. A little tighter if something else in there. You need a 54x40 footprint when you include the tie down ropes. Shelter is 24x32.
I drive 47 miles each way on the highway in a M1009. I do have an alternative vehicle for now which has come in handy at times. If you want to learn patience, drive a deuce (I do that too for fun or to pick up at GL near work). A CUCV is not for everyone, but is for some.
I have a M1009 as my daily driver, and the Deuce as "the truck". I could picture driving the deuce daily in my situation, but I have easy parking on both ends and 47 miles of DC freeways in between. I source some low cost "dirty" fuel at a great price that with a little filtering will run fine...
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