I remember seeing a power steering conversion somewhere at one time, and if you have any heavy truck experience it isn’t too hard to modernize the brakes. Send a private message to jrou Sorry if it came out any different! Find all posts by jrou User Name Remember Me? Originally Posted by rynosurf.
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Most of the brake problems are from airtanks that have leaks from soldiers not draining the tanks daily and rust forming or oil leaking into the airpacks causing loss of brakes.
It’s air over hydraulic and only single circuit which means if you’ve got less than 60psi in the air system or one wheel cylinder leaking enough, you have no brakes.
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Retired Army Sergeant shows why you need to own a M35 deuce and a half
Joey-T 2nd Amendment supporter. All times are GMT Originally Posted by jrou M is the 2. A switch on the dashboard activates deue front differential for full 6-wheeled motivation. Originally Posted by jrou BTW the engine has a lot of shortcomings.
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I noticed some posts from members on the forum who were considering or were set on buying an M35 2. Send a private message to Rabble.
M35 Deuce And A Half 6X6 Will Redefine Your Idea Of Rugged
They’re way too big for most trails although you can knock down smaller trees and in soft mud the front end sinks to the bottom VERY easily. I figure a Deuce with a shop body already stocked parked right outside would suffice- if it gets obliterated, chances are I have to.
For anyone that’s not mechanically inclined I would suggest against a deuce, especially one from auction. I have to get one though, especially since I won 2 m trailers!
M is the 2. Be sure to subscribe to the SurvivalistBoards YouTube channel. The engine is what sold me, as a BOV. The redline is technically at 4, rpm, but the owner says things start sounds really bad beyond 3, revs.
Good advice in this thread for those who may want one but are not familiar with them. There’s no muffler on them so they’re pretty loud, and insanely loud above 45mph. I’ve bought 5 of them and I’m got several years experience working on diesels, and kept the best running one.
If you’ve got mud with water running through it or bottomless deeuce forget it. Thinking about buying this compound bow. I guess thats why I am a member deuxe
A five-speed manual routes the power to the road, but it has a very odd layout, including a dog-leg first gear and reversed positions for fourth and fifth gear. Page 1 of 5. Note that passwords are case-sensitive. Find all posts by Rabble.
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The stock NDT tires have no lateral traction for driving on side sloped terrain. Originally I wanted a m or 9, but then I found out about the deuce with its multifuel engine. I’d be making some mods, so it wouldn’t remain stock for the purists, but oh well. I’ve just always been drawn deue the Deuce, especially with the shop body nomenclature escapes me duce now. The heat will also kill the pinion seal.