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  1. DeeboM135

    1952 GMC M135

    Yah that flying kitchen unit has seen better days!! That's a pretty sweet set up they had for kitchen unit, in the newer truck the kitchen is on trailer that open's up like the truck unit. LOL.. I'm sure you'll get the attention of more than a few txter's with that horn. Do you happen to know...
  2. DeeboM135

    M220 winch

    Where did you source the Canadian cargo top from?
  3. DeeboM135

    1952 GMC M135

    Thats crazy how close our trucks are in the productions line! As soon as I get home I'll take a look at what I need, the list shouldn't be too long, I hope!!
  4. DeeboM135

    1952 GMC M135

    I'll post a video with a 0-50 time as soon as I can. I think it's quiet impressive how fast the truck accelerates considering it's age, weight and power level.
  5. DeeboM135

    1952 GMC M135

    From the shape of the truck theirs a chance that it might have had an easy military life! I did sign up with on the FB page for Canadian military vehicles and have shared some photo's. I had no idea that we unified, good to know. If I find a CFR# on the truck I'll reach out over Maplealeafup...
  6. DeeboM135

    1952 GMC M135

    Thanks!! The REB shifter was installed in the truck by my father and from what I can tell, it was a good addition to the truck, I don't seem to have any issues with shifting. I don't believe that I have the Rear view mirror mount but I'll take a look to confirm. The S/N of the truck is...
  7. DeeboM135

    Coolant

    Thanks, much appreciated.
  8. DeeboM135

    Coolant

    Does anyone happen to know what coolant should be used in a 52 GMC M135? The truck is Canada.
  9. DeeboM135

    1952 GMC M135

    Yah for sure, I'm away at work right now, when I get home I'll send some photo's your way.
  10. DeeboM135

    1952 GMC M135

    It's a Canadian truck and the REB powershift is amazing...its nice to be able to control the gears, I don't use the breaks much, I just downshift.
  11. DeeboM135

    1952 GMC M135

    Hi everyone, I recently started working on getting my dads 1952 GMC M135 back on the road, need to repair a couple wheel cylinders, wipers, horn and get an inspection done and I should be back on the road. Here's some photo's of my truck. I read over the crossover parts list last night...
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