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    Default WANTED: M756A2 Trunnion

    I need a trunnion for a M756A2 Pipeline Truck. Yes, I know they are rare as henís teeth. Comments to the fact will be deleted.

    Will pay $1000 for an original!

    Know someone who has one? Iíll pay you a $250 finders fee if the deal goes through!

    Have a trunnion, but donít want to sell it? Iíll pay you $250 to have a set of CAD drawings made so I can have one made locally.
    Chris Stansbury, founder of Chris' CUCV Homepage in 1998 and Steel Soldiers in 1999.

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    Got a pic of what youíre looking for?


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    '86 M105A2 redone to match Vietnam era paint scheme

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    Quote Originally Posted by goodwithwood35 View Post
    Got a pic of what youíre looking for?


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    Chris Stansbury, founder of Chris' CUCV Homepage in 1998 and Steel Soldiers in 1999.

    Current:
    1962 Dodge M37B1

    Gone, but not forgotten:
    M1009, M35A2, M1009, M561, 404 Mog, M818, M923A2, M931A1, M1008, M925A2, M998

    HUGE M925A2 Build Thread: https://bit.ly/2uPlSnZ

    HUGE M923A2 Build Thread: https://bit.ly/2uO2g3K

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    Iíll check my friends yard. I know he scrapped out a whole M756 due to a bent frame years ago. The bed was still good. When he told me that I cried. He does have a lot of the M764 auger trucks.

    Good luck in your search sir.


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    Quote Originally Posted by goodwithwood35 View Post
    I’ll check my friends yard. I know he scrapped out a whole M756 due to a bent frame years ago. The bed was still good.
    Oh man! That is heartbreaking!

    When he told me that I cried. He does have a lot of the M764 auger trucks.

    Good luck in your search sir.
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    Chris Stansbury, founder of Chris' CUCV Homepage in 1998 and Steel Soldiers in 1999.

    Current:
    1962 Dodge M37B1

    Gone, but not forgotten:
    M1009, M35A2, M1009, M561, 404 Mog, M818, M923A2, M931A1, M1008, M925A2, M998

    HUGE M925A2 Build Thread: https://bit.ly/2uPlSnZ

    HUGE M923A2 Build Thread: https://bit.ly/2uO2g3K

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    Anyone else have any leads on a trunnion?
    Chris Stansbury, founder of Chris' CUCV Homepage in 1998 and Steel Soldiers in 1999.

    Current:
    1962 Dodge M37B1

    Gone, but not forgotten:
    M1009, M35A2, M1009, M561, 404 Mog, M818, M923A2, M931A1, M1008, M925A2, M998

    HUGE M925A2 Build Thread: https://bit.ly/2uPlSnZ

    HUGE M923A2 Build Thread: https://bit.ly/2uO2g3K

    Father, lead me, 'cause I can't do this alone.

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    Fredo Corleone has one on his truck. Won't be for sale but he might be interested in your CAD offer. Check with him or Evil Dr. porkchop.
    1986 M1008
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    Quote Originally Posted by Recovry4x4 View Post
    Fredo Corleone has one on his truck. Won't be for sale but he might be interested in your CAD offer. Check with him or Evil Dr. porkchop.
    I talked to Larry (Fredo) a few times about making a CAD drawing of his, but he wasn’t able to find a local shop that would/could do it.

    I haven't talked to Porkchop about it. I’ll send him a PM.

    If only I would have bought that BII off of you all those years ago.
    Chris Stansbury, founder of Chris' CUCV Homepage in 1998 and Steel Soldiers in 1999.

    Current:
    1962 Dodge M37B1

    Gone, but not forgotten:
    M1009, M35A2, M1009, M561, 404 Mog, M818, M923A2, M931A1, M1008, M925A2, M998

    HUGE M925A2 Build Thread: https://bit.ly/2uPlSnZ

    HUGE M923A2 Build Thread: https://bit.ly/2uO2g3K

    Father, lead me, 'cause I can't do this alone.

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    If only I had kept it! LOL
    1986 M1008
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    If you can get a picture, dimensions.....Iíll draw up a CAD file and make you one. I own a CNC I use to make ďunobtaniumĒ parts for refurbishing old ďtoysĒ....like our trucks. This site is a wonderful resource for us all....I can give back a little in this way.

    Bob
    1970 M817
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