If you go to the vid in the first post, at 18 seconds you can see the device. It can be seen at 46 seconds in the 2nd vid too. It is not mounted to anything except at the place that looks like the mount fasttruck posted in the first pic in post 19
Great now I want a 10 ton.
You must love hard to find parts, overwidth permits to just go down the road, and 45 mph tops. But they are cool trucks. Dirt71 on here has some good restoration threads.Was seriously saying the exact same thing this morning!
Oooooh yeah. I forgot about that. I had a chance to buy a M125 once, but I didn’t have the cash at the time. Hopefully, I’ll get another chance one of these days.I once owned Jumbo, the 1957 M125 10 ton cargo. It was a very cool truck, but it was more fun to look and talk about than drive in my opinion. I once hit a road sign with my passenger side mirror...AND I WAS IN MY LANE! I believe top speed was 42 MPH. Still, I do miss it every so often. The truck was restored by Tony LaRocca (I believe that was his name) in WI. It was featured in an old issue of MIL-VEH magazine. It had the LeRoi gasser in it. It sounded like an old school bus on steroids when you rev'ed it up!
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