I already purchased these tires from an online equipment auction site. I only bought them because they were insanely cheap. I am just looking for the most economical route to get them home. Thank you for the response. Any and all suggestions are appreciated. Also, Fastenal says they are too...
I am looking to have 4 large tires, size 18.00 - 24 moved from Chamberlain, SD towards Lexington, VA or anywhere further east. The tires are roughly the size of what is on the rear of most backhoes and smaller size (75ish HP) farm tractors, to give you a general idea. I am going to guess and say...
I am planning a trip to CO to pick up some stuff of mine within the next month. I will be going to the Northeastern corner of the state and should have some extra room on the trailer. PM me if you would like to arrange something with me. Thanks
On a side note, would any of you gentlemen happen to know if the internal components of the rear axles on a Federal 606 will interchange with those on a 604? Any information would be greatly appreciated.
The yellow truck pictured is a Sterling HCS 330. Although similar in appearance to the C2 wrecking gear used on the smaller Sterlings and Federal 606 trucks, the boom on the 330 is nearly twice the size and considerably heavier.
I know a 4bt would fit nicely, make a fairly easy swap, and give great fuel milage. Why not a 6bt though? I plan on putting one in a WWII 1/2 ton in a year or two. It would be alot of work, but it would be one mean and unique truck when its done.
I saw a US-6 in a junk yard near here the other day. It was really rough, but its the first one I have ever seen in person. I can't remember if it had the original bed on it or not. If anyone is interested let me know and I will see if I can find out more about it.
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