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NICE...…………………….

Dennis

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Cool! Never seen an extended-cab like that before.

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Sweeeeeeet !!!!!   More pix please

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Both trucks have a Cummins HRBB-600, 180 Hp.  The day cab has a fuller 5 spd OD with a 2 spd rear end.  The Integrated sleeper cab has a Fuller 13 spd with a 2 spd rear end.  Here are a few more pictures.  I don't have many for the sleeper cab since this was it's first trip out of the shop.

 

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WOW!  Lot of work bringing them back to life.  SENSATIONAL 

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Super nice trucks. Are the louvers on the back of the fenders original or for the cummins to breathe better?

Dennis

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Really nice Job on Restoration, And both are High Mount Cabs, Mine was a low mount. Is the Engine an NH 180 slanted over 15 degrees? You did a nice job on the fenders, They are really scarce!

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The HRBB-600 engines are sitting straight up and not slanted.  The fenders were a lot of work an took the longest amount of time to repair.  We had to replace  a lot of steel in them.   Here's a couple of pictures of what we started with.

 

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That's called "Patina"! Real deep patina!

Beautiful job on both trucks. Is the sleeper cab one a full tandem?

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5 hours ago, High Binder said:

Thanks,  the drive axle is the rear one.  It has the old "Page and Page" suspension with the pusher axle.

 

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My potato buddy had a needle nose Pete with that susp was it aftermarket or factory on trucks.

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International didn't build the suspension but used a lot of them as did most of the other truck makers.  I would suspect it was an option available to buyers when specking out a truck.

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Does the "Push Tag" axle have a big U-bend in it to clear the driveshaft?

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Very nice job on both trucks!! They look great.

Alan

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It's Amazing what you have done to those trucks.

Well done, they are beauties.

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Great work, and I really like the red and black color combo ! 

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Beautiful truck!!  Now to show my truck ignorance, what models are they.  Thanks.  BK

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