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Discussion in 'General IH Tech' started by IH64Scout, Feb 19, 2011.
Spotted this on a Texas farm this weekend.
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Saw these Navistar WorkStar airport fuel trucks at the SDQ Int'l airport in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
The first one is a hydrant truck. The other two are tankers.
wagonmaster been working hauling wagons!
Trying to beat the rain, so quickest way home load bales and tractor on trailer and haul home!
75 sii delivering home new augers for the combine this summer
75 sii in my avitar hauling a fuel tank in a 53 military trailer I rebuilt. Not to often you get a scout at the end of a rainbow
It looks like you found your "Pot of Gold"!!
Thanks, I'm glad my better half got such a good picture. Yes it's a pot of "gold" cause it sure has my savings invested in it.
More likely he lost a pot of gold at the end of that rainbow.
Nice picture and Scout.
Thanks, spread out over 28 yrs it doesn't seem so bad till you add it up and know that it is gonna need so more TLC in the near future and realize the pot needs refilled
The insurance expires on the travelette today, so I use it to get something to feed the wood ogre. This is the first "work" I have done with the truck and it did OK. But, I really need to install a receiver type hitch on it.
Used ole 'Mater to move in a woodstove. I'd drive it more but the fuel injection had a vicious vacuum leak that I can't find
Time to make a trip to the scrap yard...
We're due for a junk run as well. No scout but the SD has the 7.3. Sure seems we've had some similar projects lately ......very close in looks to the pile o'junk here that's been building up since last year. A water heater, dishwasher and washing machine that has to go. Do I see a burnt out fireplace grate too..LOL.. So tired of swapping out water heaters though. No matter how much you pay it seems 7 years is the self destruct age, around here anyway. I'm sure that load will used to make another one .
The back of the Scout is full of boxes of stuff I sorted. Brass. Copper. Wires. Aluminum. That’s the only way you get any money back.
HA,HA,HA.... yup..there's no money really but boxes and/or five gallon pail(s) of copper, brass , wire and aluminum in the truck helps break even once you figure it all in. Main thing here is you have to pay to unload large items so that's why I still scrap them. Not sure how it will work out money wise but some regular scrap yards take curcuit boards so I've also been yanking them out of everything electronic that dies including the appliances. Have a decent size box full now. I usually cut all the wires out of that stuff anyway. Maybe grab a extra buck or two with the boards as well.
I too had separate box of capacitors and light ballasts and anything electronic. They weigh it separately and pay accordingly. I had a bunch of ballasts as I have converted 2/3 of my shop lights to LED strips. I was tired of bulb and ballast failures.
Hauled some firewood out of my mountain place.
Does carrying the chainsaw that cut three trees out of the road count? Windstorm blew them down.
Took 'Mater out to the back 40 to get a load of firewood. Seems like the majority of these posts involve firewood. Wood stoves and internationals go together like peanut butter and jelly.