This is our free 1966 Peterbilt starting up cold that has a big cam 1 400 cummins. The pump is timed at 80 so it shakes and rattles and lopes until it's warmed up. It's getting 6" quiet spool straight pipes very shortly. I'll see about taking the mufflers off this weekend.
85 Peterbilt cold start after 2 years
This was a friend of ours truck that passed away last year due to cancer.
(RIP!) It's now ours and we might have to pull the big cam 3 out of it if
the 66 Peterbilt has more problems then we think.
Our free 1966 Peterbilt 351!
This is our 2nd own truck we got for free. The reason it's free is because
someone forgot to turn the fan on while climbing a hill, so we need to put
a new piston and liner in the big cam 400. It has a RTO-9513 13 speed
transmission and a Big Cam 4 400. It's a Johnny Cash special, one piece at
a time. It has a corvette dash cab, around a 74 narrow fiberglass hood, 93
International air ride suspension and Eaton rears, but the frame rails are
still from 1966!
Free 66 Peterbilt Cummins piston rattle
Some guy that drove this thing before we got it forgot to turn the fan on.
Pistons tend to stick to the cylinder walls with high heat. This is a big
cam 1 400 cummins timed at 80* on the pump.
Shifting my Pete 358 twin stick. [HD]
Jammin Gears in my 358 Pete, hauling sand to a road building project.
I'm not a pro truck driver. I just bought this dump truck to haul some
material around on my ranch. I edited out everything but the shifting.
1972 Peterbilt 359M with Caterpillar 1693TA, Cold Start, Part 1
Starting the Legend on a beautiful fall day. By the way it starts you would
think it is 20 degrees outside. It was in the mid 60s this day. You have to
use the preheat glow plugs even when the temp is in the 70s. The system
works very well when used properly. I have started this truck in below zero
temps without being plugged in with no problem.
How to not load a tractor
if your going to load a tractor, use a gooseneck flatbed. Highly
recommended. This was also taken with the worlds first video camera that
dates clear back to 1930s, when you had to upload videos by bringing it to
a store in an envelope on a film reel so they can process the film, redraw
it on about 3000 sheets of paper, and quickly flip through it so it looks
like a movie. Later on when color was invented, they used paint brushes to
add color, and they also added more paper so the video would be smoother.
As you can see here, the breed of the horse is a Ford. The Carriage is some
kind of thing, idk.
Mack truck After 30 years of sitting......
This old mack truck has been sitting for around 30 years with some jumper
cables and starting fluid she starts runs and builds air! It was my Dads
and he parked it sometime around when I was born. A diesel mechanic and
friend offered to buy it and I thought it would be more noble than sending
it to the scrap yard. I'm a little jealous that it started so easy!
Loading-Up The Huge Kenworth At The End of Truckin' For Kids 2013
*WATCH IN HD* At the end of Truckin' For Kids 2013, the guys of American
Heavy Moving & Rigging are seen loading their huge Kenworth prime mover
onto a Murray detachable goose-neck lowboy for their trip back to Chino,
California. I know nothing about the big KW, except to my ear, it sounds
like it's powered by a Caterpillar. Shot on Sunday October 6th, 2013.