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  1. Steve Frazier

    My 1960 B-75

    Looks great!
  2. Steve Frazier

    My 1960 B-75

    Looking good!!
  3. Steve Frazier

    DT12 Trans

    Sure looks complicated!!
  4. Steve Frazier

    Project REO Speedwagon

    I'd like to upgrade to a modern type seal if possible. While I'm trying to keep it as original as I can I also want it to be worry free as much as possible. I'm sorry Mike, what does CR stand for?
  5. Steve Frazier

    My 1960 B-75

    That's the part I'm waiting anxiously to see, how you fill in the gaps! Great work!
  6. Steve Frazier

    Truck radio

    It's going to be hard to find one aftermarket that doesn't have more than you're looking for. Maybe try a base radio from a junkyard? My F250 at work is just AM/FM, nothing else. You'd have to figure out mounting it but it shouldn't be too hard.
  7. Steve Frazier

    Project REO Speedwagon

    Truck Shop, I've been attempting the procedure you described for the horn button, that's how it looks like it's supposed to work but it just isn't moving. It's in really good condition with emblem and all so I want to be careful with it. I wish you were closer to me!!
  8. Steve Frazier

    Project REO Speedwagon

    So far this thing has come apart like a new vehicle! I've had just one bolt break during disassembly and found two already broken that came out pretty easily after soaking with PB Blaster.
  9. Steve Frazier

    Project REO Speedwagon

    King pins need work, they're pretty sloppy. Timken, there's a 12 digit number cast on the other side I thought I had written down. A quick Google search didn't turn up anything, I thought that might help with the seals. There appears to be a dowel pin in the center of the kingpin that's peened...
  10. Steve Frazier

    Project REO Speedwagon

    Here's the seal. I can't find any numbers on it and it looks like it should pull off the hub. The mating surface appears to be cut into the hub, I initially thought it was removable but I can't find a seam. I stuck a probe in the seal material and it's about a quarter inch thick. The brake shoes...
  11. Steve Frazier

    Project REO Speedwagon

    I got sidetracked with a few other projects and have been away from the truck for a while. I spent quite a bit of time stripping parts from the spare truck, the skeleton is ready to be scrapped. I saved the engine, transmission, front and rear axles, steering box and anything else mechanical...
  12. Steve Frazier

    My 1960 B-75

    Looks great!! Can't wait to see what you do forward of the cab!
  13. Steve Frazier

    Mack with a Ford cab

    Came across this picture on Facebook. I'm still interested in learning more about this truck. If you do a Google search for "Mack N" there are probably 30 different trucks upfit with just about every body you can imagine and some tractors. I even saw one tandem.
  14. Steve Frazier

    Fake News & Censorship

    I have zero tolerance for disrespect of the staff members at either site, their words carry just as much weight as mine when it comes to maintaining sanity on the boards. They're here for their love of the industry and I'm extremely grateful for their help. Showing disrespect for them is the...
  15. Steve Frazier

    First Big Rig

    OMG!!! I forgot about the clutch!! At the end of the day my left leg was so sore!!
  16. Steve Frazier

    Papa John pizza 101

    That's the Chicago style of serving pizza. We had a restaurant locally that served Chicago style pizza that did the same thing. I think it was called "Uno's". They only lasted about 5 years, BWW is in there now. I was in Manhattan for a few days this week, had to grab a slice while I was there...
  17. Steve Frazier

    First Big Rig

    First truck I drove was a White 4000, had a 250 Cummins and 10 speed, Reyco suspension. I hauled loads to the grocery store chain Grand Union. Those were eventually replaced with the White Road Boss that had the 290 and 10 speed, I remember the turbo on that engine was pretty loud with the...
  18. Steve Frazier

    Papa John pizza 101

    I'm about 70 miles north of NYC, close enough where a number of former NYC businessmen have moved to our area and are practicing their trade. We had one guy named "Sonny" who came from "da Bronx" and opened his Italian restaurant with pizzeria. Slicked back hair, lots of gold chains and shirt...
  19. Steve Frazier

    Papa John pizza 101

    Have either of you had pizza in NY? I mean a local pizzeria, not the chain stores. It seems to be unique to the region, the pizza I get when traveling is disappointing. The ex and I spent our honeymoon in Jamaica for a week, I had to stop for some real pizza on the way home from the airport from...
  20. Steve Frazier

    Papa John pizza 101

    What's the other kind?
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