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  1. moreorles2

    Brake and Clutch pedal "bumpers"

    Guys- anyone know of a source for PN 7520964-3 bumpers or NAPA type replacement part number for bumpers used to keep the brake and clutch pedals from banging on the floor boards when released on the M35A2's?
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    Memorial Day-2008

    :D I had the honor of participating as a volunteer in this Memorial Day's Moving Wall display in Center Ossipee, NH honoring not just the Vietnam Vets but all Vets. I had my M35A2C on display as my small way of saying thanks to all the Vets that did not come home and "Welcome Home"to those...
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    PTO question

    Guys- I did RTFM and cannot even find the part on the drawing. I have installed the PTO on the tranny and noticed that there appears to be a leak from this nipple/stud on the bottom of the PTO after a couple of weeks. There is no reason to put a drain plug on the PTO so I have no idea what it...
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    Happy Thanksgiving

    Thank you all for your valuable input into keeping our Steel Soldiers on the road. We do have so much to be thankful for in America. Take a minute to view the following link and then go give your Deuce a hug....... 8) http://www.cpmsglife.org/tg/2006tdm1.html
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    Front axle air switch - again

    :?: Guys- I need some help again. My M35A2C has developed a drip from the front axle air switch on to the tranny hump that has me baffled. At first I thought that it must be oil from the oil pressure gage above the switch but it appears to be coming from the transfer switch itself. Since my...
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    Today's tale of woe and a question

    First- my heartfelt thanks for all the postings on duece operation and maintenance. Because of those postings I was able to troubleshoot my problem today. I took my M35A2C out for the first time this spring. It started up on the first crank and I let it warm up for 20 minutes before my trek. I...
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    M35A2C Fire extinguisher location

    :roll: Gentlemen, I need some historical perspective please In the dash-10 Op Manual the doctrine states that the fire extinguisher is mounted on the cab in the left rear. I have seen pictures from the desert where this was interpreted to be on the outside of the cab behind the driver. However...
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    PS Magazine

    I've had no problem in downloading the TM's but what is the secret to download a .pdf of the various PS Magazine articles? Working off of a laptop and being closer to 60 than 50- I need to download to have fonts large enough to read. Suggestions please...... Thanks
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    Be careful what you bid on

    WARBIRD INSTRUMENT SELLER HIT WITH $6 MILLION EPA BILL An Anaheim, California, pilot and owner of a business selling surplus instruments made from the 1940s through the 1980s has gotten a $6 million bill from the Environmental Protection Agency for cleanup of instruments using radium (once used...
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