Hello from New York

Lukes_deuce

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Registration depends on your use. If going to be a private and personal use truck, I recommend the historical plates. Thats how I have my 923a2 registered. If your making money with the truck, then its another story. Surprisingly there are no mileage restrictions for historical plates. NYS DMV just says "collector’s item or exhibition piece, and not for daily transportation." So if you can keep your use in those vague lines, I think youll be fine. Its much cheaper to register, insurance is cheaper and you dont need to do a commercial inspection.
 

BT3583

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Registration depends on your use. If going to be a private and personal use truck, I recommend the historical plates. Thats how I have my 923a2 registered. If your making money with the truck, then its another story. Surprisingly there are no mileage restrictions for historical plates. NYS DMV just says "collector’s item or exhibition piece, and not for daily transportation." So if you can keep your use in those vague lines, I think youll be fine. Its much cheaper to register, insurance is cheaper and you dont need to do a commercial inspection.
Thanks! For body type did you just check Pick up or did you check other and put something in there?
 

BT3583

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Congrats! Now you can go enjoy your truck with the warmer weather coming!
Thanks, looking forward to it. Just been taking the time now to go through everything and get the PM done. Between SteelSolders, reading TM's and Garret over at Tactical Repair, I feel very confident!
 

Lukes_deuce

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Thanks, looking forward to it. Just been taking the time now to go through everything and get the PM done. Between SteelSolders, reading TM's and Garret over at Tactical Repair, I feel very confident!
Dont forget we have our bi-annual Rausch creek off roading weekend coming up May 14-16. Then you can test out what the truck was designed for!
 

kubotaman

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You are right, it is a cut down M809 series bed. This is what an M35A2C bed is supposed to look like. The head board you have is correct for an 5 ton bed. If you put a Deuce headboard on, it will stick up above the troop seats.
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