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    Quote Originally Posted by FloridaAKM View Post
    Nice truck, but where is the injector pump pull handle to kill the engine? You might need that. Shouldn't be expensive or hard to replace.
    Quote Originally Posted by rchalmers3 View Post
    Could that be it down by the pedals?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jth3rd View Post
    They said the engine kill is missing they just have a coat hanger for it to shut it off

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karl kostman View Post
    coat hanger? nope I am NOT going to ask!!
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    or he could just wait until it runs out of fuel???
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    Finally bought my first duece m756a2 pipeline headed to it's new home with me https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/201...4ad29316fb.jpg

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    I have a Deuce but I really like that wrecker. That's the cat's @ss.
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    The civillian wrecker bug has started to bite me as of late actually!
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    Quote Originally Posted by clinto View Post
    I would go over that truck with a fine tooth comb and make sure you know what you're buying. The kind of person who'd avoid buying a $25 engine stop cable and rig up a coat hanger is probably not the kind of person who was spending money on maintenance items.
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