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  1. Bob H

    MI M36A2 W/Winch

    The M36A2 is the long bed / long wheelbase big brother of the M35A2 and is not a common version and very few of them came with a winch.
  2. Bob H

    Need some help on identifying some marks on M886

    You will not find the pattern for the M886, I believe they used the M725 ambulance pattern. Many years back someone on here did up a pattern for them. screen name of Macgyver I think.
  3. Bob H

    1978 m880 lights

    Service drive location of the upper right lever & left lever should be on panel Fuse box should be the next stop. Have had the 3 way switches go out on me before. and 76 & 77 were the only model years of the M880 series trucks
  4. Bob H

    MI M36A2 W/Winch

    1973 Contract AM General M36A2 W/Winch, Quite rare with the winch. Refurbished in 1993 then Michigan National Guard until 2009 when I bought it. White Multi-Fuel LDT465 1-C with D Turbo, Manifold heater cold start Showing 29,600 miles & 1744 Hours Air Shift T Case Heater Hard Top Spring ride...
  5. Bob H

    Calling on all Michigan Historic Military Vehicle Owners

    After reading false statements in various media attributed to the Secretary of State office. I reached out to them in the event that the media may have twisted their statements, to offer facts on the matter. There response was they were not interested in changing their OPINION on this matter...
  6. Bob H

    Feb. 19, 2020: News for Michigan MV's

    Just spent 1 hr getting a Deuce titled for the 1st time, (not my 1st time, the trucks 1st time) 1971 General Products div of Jeep. They wouldn't use Jeep as it wasn't on the SF97. Couldn't use General Products as it wasn't in the system, It is now!! One of the ladies was determined that I...
  7. Bob H

    M880 5.2 smoke coming out of air breather inlet

    With the 727 trans the pump does not circulate fluid while in park. I will put mine in neutral for a minute before putting in gear. It helps the stall out. Also trans fluid level cannot be checked in park, must be in neutral.
  8. Bob H

    M880 5.2 smoke coming out of air breather inlet

    I put a clear inline filter just before the fuel pump. Yes where the fuel line connects to the carb.
  9. Bob H

    M880 5.2 smoke coming out of air breather inlet

    Change the fuel filter, I have found the rust particles from the metal fuel line can get in the seat and let fuel go by. when this has happened I would loosen the the fuel line at the fuel bowl & allow the back flow to rinse the seat. 2nd cause could be the starter relay on the fender well...
  10. Bob H

    Trying to help a guy out

    Had a guy from Texas ask me about selling him one of my extra M880 series engines as his block cracked. While I'm willing to sell him one cheap, freight from Michigan is likely gonna be pricey. I posted a "Wanted" ad on here about it. Since these things almost never die, someone has to have one...
  11. Bob H

    Clare, Michigan Sunday 8 March 2020

    Noon, It's an hour n a half for me, weather report is looking good, might get the M880 out of storage for the day.
  12. Bob H

    Clare, Michigan Sunday 8 March 2020

    GLMVPA meeting @ General Jim's Surplus / Jay's Sporting Goods. in Clare, MI. Accepting new members.
  13. Bob H

    M886 patient compartment

    I no longer have this truck, but that's what they look like.
  14. Bob H

    M886 patient compartment

    hard to find and expensive to ship
  15. Bob H

    Calling on all Michigan Historic Military Vehicle Owners Keep it going!
  16. Bob H

    Dodge 318 to 360 Swap Questions

    don't forget a cam
  17. Bob H

    Can any M880 owners help me with some details for my models?

    My '78 Dodge USAF Ambulance was Strata Blue in the cab. Well it still is but the outside is now 34079
  18. Bob H

    My recent purchase 1977 M882

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