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    The potential end of my 1958 M54A2

    What I meant by rolled was it rolled on the wheels down the hill with no one in it. the front axle is solely attached by one shock on the passenger side and the driveshaft
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    The potential end of my 1958 M54A2

    My 5 ton doesn't have a parking brake to start, popped out of gear today rolled down my driveway a bit then turned right through 5 trees and jumped 10ft completely disconnecting the front axle from the frame of the truck. Looking into another 5 ton parts truck but this thing is beat. Oh well had...
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    My new M54A2

    Recently purchased a truck I've wanted since I was a youngin, 1958 M54A2 I've been looking for a duece for the longest time but found this 5 ton and had a decent tax refund. Learned to drive it and drove it 700 miles home took about 17 hours at a whopping 52mph.
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