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Old 06-11-2010, 09:54 PM   #201 (permalink)
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An m813's top speed is higher than that of an m35a2 "deuce". However, a bobbed deuce on 14.00r20's will be very closely matched to an m813 on 53's.

In terms of towing, the m813 will tow circles around the deuce and bobbed deuce.

You have to consider what you are towing. A deuce will drag a couple rigs around with ease, while a 5 ton will drag your house around with ease.

If you're serious about towing, you'll want to look in the direction of the m911, all the cool kids have one.

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Old 06-12-2010, 05:09 PM   #202 (permalink)
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What does the m911 look like?
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Old 06-12-2010, 07:14 PM   #204 (permalink)
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What does the m911 look like?
It looks like the biggest, baddest, most powerful and did I mention biggest semi-tractor.

The Oshkosh m911 dwarfs Kenworths, Peteys, etc.

It was a joke, if you haven't picked up on that yet.

Here is a pic of one with the 70T tank hauler.
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In all seriousness, unless you are drag racing the deuce while towing your toys, it will be fine for towing.
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Old 06-12-2010, 08:35 PM   #205 (permalink)
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WOW, I dont think I need something that big!!! I work for the Power Company here and our highline crews uses the OshKosh bucket trucks. I would just like to be able to run 65-75 mph on the highway. Most all the parks I ride at are atleast 2-3 hours away. And at 55 mph it be a long boring trip.
I like the way these trucks look like a regular pick up on steriods that you can actually use. I see jacked up powerstrokes and duramax trucks all the time, but with a set of 49" tires those trucks are useless for towing.

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Lets see some pictures of these things in action!
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Man that thing looks familiar?!?!?!
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Old 06-15-2010, 08:08 PM   #210 (permalink)
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Hey Rodney------ Howsit hangin' ? That was #1...... we are on #22 now!!!

Here is todays progress on #22---



Had some delays last week and didnt make any progress on #22
But we are back on it, and I hope to make some good progress this week!

Got the axle bolted in, the spacers and hold-downs fabbed up for the bed, and pre-painted the back of the cab and the bed. Picking up the custom length drive-shaft today.

Still need to get the mirrors back on, set bed, assemble and install wheels and tires (customer gave the 'go' on 100dollarman wheels with 395 Goodyear MVTs!), then paint, and its getting a new tan soft top! We/re gettin' there-- slowly, but surely!!!


This one we are shortening the wheelbase 4" to close the gap between the cab and bed a bit...
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I found an M817 Dump truck for a good deal. I dont know anything about these trucks. Would this be a good candidate for doing a bobbed chassis?
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What type of paint and sprayer do you use? I need to paint my '76 FJ55 Land Cruiser which right now is raddle can'd OD green and off white - I think your green would work nicely and be MUCH more durable. Thanks!
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I want one of these so bad!
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What type of paint and sprayer do you use? I need to paint my '76 FJ55 Land Cruiser which right now is raddle can'd OD green and off white - I think your green would work nicely and be MUCH more durable. Thanks!
We have been using a water based paint-- and a reg automotive gun-
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Old 06-24-2010, 08:55 PM   #217 (permalink)
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Nice Bobbed rigs! I have visited your web site http://www.100dollarman.com/trucks.html many times, but have yet to pick up the phone and call ya!
What I would like to ask, is what is the going price for a standard non-bobbed M35A2 with winch, soft top, cab heater, driver spring seat, air-shift front axle with bows and canvas. I looking for an older M35A2, pre-75 preferred. I am looking to keep the M35 in its original configuration for historical purposes. I am presently trying to save toward the purchase of such a truck. Thanks
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Thx!

A truck goes for about $4000, then add $1500 for winch, add for bows/cover about $500.
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what are the rough demenision of a bobbed duece since i live in losangles im want a regular but its to big to park anywere
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How tough are these to insure? I realize your not going to easily hurt them but theres a Bobbed duece for sale locally and I have been kicking around the idea of picking it up as a tow rig/ DD (short drive to work)
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Hey I freaking love these things!! I just have a couple of questions.

You had mentioned that these are dual fuel and knew that but what I don't know is how it works. Can you have half a tank of desiel and add gas? Or do you have to be almost empty?

Are they all soft tops or do they come with hard too?

Ate there taller gears you can put in for better fuel mileage or would that be a problem?

Has anyone that you know of put ac in one yet? South Texas gets a little hot in the summer. And it is a big state, seams like you have a 2 hour drive to get anywhere. Just need ac to keep from getting dehydrated just going to the store or orv park!!

Thanks I can even describe the kool factor that these mo foe's have!!
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Oh and the blue tiger or red tiger camo would be bad ass!!!
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Hey I freaking love these things!! I just have a couple of questions.

You had mentioned that these are dual fuel and knew that but what I don't know is how it works. Can you have half a tank of desiel and add gas? Or do you have to be almost empty?

Are they all soft tops or do they come with hard too?

Ate there taller gears you can put in for better fuel mileage or would that be a problem?

Has anyone that you know of put ac in one yet? South Texas gets a little hot in the summer. And it is a big state, seams like you have a 2 hour drive to get anywhere. Just need ac to keep from getting dehydrated just going to the store or orv park!!

Thanks I can even describe the kool factor that these mo foe's have!!
There are gear sets avail for these yes.

You can put a/c in them yes, I've put a/c in our 5 tons, anything above setting 2 and it will freeze you out of the cab.

Yes you can get hard tops, that's what we're running on our 5 tonners.
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That's kool. What about the dual fuel? How does that work? Please explain. How does the engine know what fuel you are running? Can you mix them or do you have to run it empty before you can switch? I am very curious how complicated the government made it.

Oh and how much for a bobbed 5ton with paint and michlins? The number is probly on here but it is alot of pages to go through for this lazy guy.
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That's kool. What about the dual fuel? How does that work? Please explain. How does the engine know what fuel you are running? Can you mix them or do you have to run it empty before you can switch? I am very curious how complicated the government made it.

Oh and how much for a bobbed 5ton with paint and michlins? The number is probly on here but it is alot of pages to go through for this lazy guy.
It's not really a "dual fuel" like you are thinking. They call them 5 fuel motors, and from what I understand, they are just diesel motors detuned enough that they'll run on most anything. Straight gas would be a no-no, but gas mixed with motor oil is good to go. Mainly, they wanted to be able to run them on readily available JP8 or diesel. The rest just fit in there as well.
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