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    Default Its about time for an M35A2

    Just want to start with a thanks to this forum. Finally bought a 2.5 ton about 3 weeks ago and have replaced the rear wheel cylinders and every filter using part numbers and torque specs I found here.
    Just a few things to dignose/correct before the firewood collection starts here in SE Michigan.

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    Congratulations on the new to you truck!
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    Welcome from Kansas City, MO. Congrats on the deuce.
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    I think you might be able to haul a stick or two with the old girl. Enjoy the the old iron and nice warmth of the firewood nothing like heating with wood.
    Quote Originally Posted by 92ramaro View Post
    Just want to start with a thanks to this forum. Finally bought a 2.5 ton about 3 weeks ago and have replaced the rear wheel cylinders and every filter using part numbers and torque specs I found here.
    Just a few things to dignose/correct before the firewood collection starts here in SE Michigan.

    1967 Kaiser M35A2Kaiser 10.6.jpg

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    welcome to the hobby!

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    Welcome to the hobby! These trucks are lots of fun, extremely useful, and are easy to work on
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    Welcome to the site, same model truck I have only mine is a 64!

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    Welcome to the board & congratulations on the new to you Deuce. Sounds like you have a good handle on the maintenance of the truck so keep up the good work. The only down side is that this truck has a much taller bed to throw firewood into. Enjoy & keep us posted as to how you are coming along with her.
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