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  1. Taborljoshua

    Master tool list

    Well thank you for the quick reply. Looks like I need to do more reading in the TM. Any idea what sizes are in that kit? I think the biggest socket must be the axle nut.
  2. Taborljoshua

    cost of ownership (the real cost of a deuce)

    I think I might have spent $8000 after buying the truck so far.
  3. Taborljoshua

    Master tool list

    Good day All! Unfortunately I am about 3000+ miles away from my truck. I have been trying to find a master tool list needed for the M44/M35 series trucks. Smallest to largest wrenches/ sockets needed , special tools such as the head bolt wrench, and air pump wrench. I'm not ask for every size...
  4. Taborljoshua

    another club trying to take credit for my work!!! BS!!!

    I do appreciate everything your doing to help with the legislature. Unfortunately my attempts to get things looked into have failed even with the evidence you provided me. I have been asking for support for the cause from military vehicle collectors associations for a while and even asked how I...
  5. Taborljoshua

    Biden Says No More HMMWV's?

    So what do would you like me to look up?
  6. Taborljoshua

    Biden Says No More HMMWV's?

    Guess who will probably be going TDY to DRMO or whatever the name changed to soon??? This guy!!
  7. Taborljoshua

    Biden Says No More HMMWV's?

    Sadly yes I've heard it to be true as well.
  8. Taborljoshua

    M818 for business

    I understand that. I've driven my M35A2 600 miles in one go.
  9. Taborljoshua

    M818 for business

    Nope not planning on hauling rides with it. Only planning on using it to get rides and trucks unstuck.
  10. Taborljoshua

    M818 for business

  11. Taborljoshua

    M818 for business

    This one got stuck.
  12. Taborljoshua

    M818 for business

    Looks like I'm going to start shopping for a M936. New question about this truck is it better to keep duels or super singles for weight distribution and pulling? Damn that's stuck
  13. Taborljoshua

    M818 for business

    Do y'all think a M800 series wrecker would be better suited for the task?
  14. Taborljoshua

    M818 for business

    I agree. Perhaps I should be more specific. It would be in western NY not very steep terrain. The idea wouldn't be to haul rides all the time. It would be used to get anything unstuck only. 99% of the time the rides are set up in dirt areas. For cases where a ride sunk down in the dirt/mud been...
  15. Taborljoshua

    M818 for business

    I've been looking at buying a M818 for helping my family business when they get some not so smart drivers. My extended family owns a lot of carnal rides. Due to the locations where they set up a lot of the drivers have issues getting the rides stuck in soft ground. I know I will hear others...
  16. Taborljoshua

    12.00-20 psi

    I appreciate the information, I'm thinking about doing an alignment after I swap out the tierod ends. My dog bone ends are only a year old. I mostly run mine empty.
  17. Taborljoshua

    Air line

    What exactly would I need to do to convert the entire line to DOT approved?
  18. Taborljoshua

    Air line

    I appreciate the information. I would rather order the entire thing. Would copper nickel of the same OD work?
  19. Taborljoshua

    Upgraded wiper arms and blades.

    I recently bought the recommended wipers and blades mentioned many times on the forum. However it seems the wipers stopped coming with the much needed adapters. Does any know of a part number for the thin metal part on the end of the wiper arm to slide in?
  20. Taborljoshua

    Air line

    I accidentally nicked the air line going to the rear passenger glad hand. What exact size length and parts do I need to get? I've been searching for quite a while either I'm the first one to ask this question or it's a secret .
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