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    77 AMG.... your wife could drive that 5 ton...AT, PS, PB....bet she couldn't drive your deuce.

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    Actually, tobyS, she COULD drive it, once it started rolling. The lack of P/S is the only thing that keeps her OUT of my truck. I think that she wants me to NOT get the 5 ton because I already have 19 vehicles, 3 tractors, 1 motorcyle and now the deuce to keep me busy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 77 AMG View Post
    Actually, tobyS, she COULD drive it, once it started rolling. The lack of P/S is the only thing that keeps her OUT of my truck. I think that she wants me to NOT get the 5 ton because I already have 19 vehicles, 3 tractors, 1 motorcyle and now the deuce to keep me busy.

    I would love to get a 5 ton but I'm sure the wife would divorce me if I did. After all I spent all of last summer getting rid of all my trucks and tractors and a few cars. I only kept the Air-Force Deuce and one 1954 REO Deuce. Though I REALLY REALLY wished I could have kept the 1944 Marine M5 6X6 . The problem was it was so rare I couldn't find parts for it.

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    Well I was tired of the paint coming off my steps to the deuce so I decided to bed line them
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    Mrmag1, the bed liner on the step is a good idea, I am thinking of doing the front fender tops as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emeralcove View Post
    Mrmag1, the bed liner on the step is a good idea, I am thinking of doing the front fender tops as well.
    If I used roller on vs the spray can I used, you could mix in the truck color I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by emeralcove View Post
    Mrmag1, the bed liner on the step is a good idea, I am thinking of doing the front fender tops as well.
    I did that years ago now and love it. Up here as you know with all the rain, it is so easy to slip on the step and fender.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emeralcove View Post
    Mrmag1, the bed liner on the step is a good idea, I am thinking of doing the front fender tops as well.
    My fender tops were painted with a rough, non-skid paint and then painted over with CARC. Obviously done by the military. I'm surprised they didn't do the steps that way, also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ajax MD View Post
    My fender tops were painted with a rough, non-skid paint and then painted over with CARC. Obviously done by the military. I'm surprised they didn't do the steps that way, also.
    Our Deuce has that same CARC over Non-Skid (bedliner) treatment on the upper surfaces of both front fenders AND the side steps/running boards.

    I like it A LOT ! ! !

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    G'day everyone,...


    I've bent tracking a package for the last 2 weeks,...

    Latest has it passed through my workplace so I expect it delivered today if all go's well,...

    Expecting a nice surprise when I get home.




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    Status: - Safe at Home!

    M105A2 with CBC Hardtop

    Status: - Safe at Home!


    A Deuce is what you get when your TONKA toy is all grown up!



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