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If it’s a m939 the tanks are either aluminum or stainless can’t rememberyesterday during the "heat wave" in wisconsin (45-50 degrees lol) i continued my work on the fuel system on my M927A2. I removed the fuel tank in order to clean out the particulate that was in there. I wanted to repair the drain valve since it wouldnt even open for me so i had to pump the whole thing out. Does anyone know what material it is made of? Its non-magnetic but seems to be too heavy to be aluminum. Im thinking some type of Stainless steel, can anyone confirm in case i need to weld it? (empty and flushed of course)
Identifying the source of leaks (water, oil, whatever), can be a nightmare.Awhile back, I pressure washed the underside of the truck so I could watch and see what leaks spring up. I think I have a minor leak on the steering axle front pinion seal (the unused side).
There's a power steering...cooler? That's interesting. There is nothing in front of my radiator. I have an M813, maybe you're thinking of a 939 series truck?Ajax MD check your power steering cooler in front of the rad had mine start to leak when it got cold, Tubing is a hard plastic . not pliable rubber, Got to -40 below zero and it just wouldnt seal all the way tightened the worm screw clamps, when it warmed up the little leak disappered
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