From: Keith Byrd (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Feb 07 2003 - 23:58:48 PST
I was at Memphis Equip. last week and saw a picture on the bulletin board.
It was a rig built by a guy in IN. He called it a MOS (mule on steroids). I
don't remember all the details, but it was built from M37 axles, used 4AO84
engine, hydrostatic trans., top speed of 7 mph. The steering was all
hydraulic and wheels could bee steered at both ends and even crab. I'd like
to see it in person, impressive looking vehicle.
By the way, it was my first visit the Memphis Equip. I've been by there
hundreds of times when I used to work a lot in Memphis, but never bothered
to stop. Great bunch of guys, and lots of green things to look at. I asked
about some wheels for a small dolly set, and they said they didn't have
anything like that. I got to looking around the lot and found the only pair
they had. Nobody knew they were there. They do some impressive things in the
shop too. We were given the grand tour by Paul, who was very accommodating.
THANKS PAUL !!!!!!
----- Original Message -----
From: Derek Strine <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Military Vehicles Mailing List <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, February 07, 2003 9:39 AM
Subject: [MV] weird and scary
> If you contact Davie<firstname.lastname@example.org>, he can send you a link
> his photos including an all wheel steer M37 with 21/2 ton steering rears,
> and 54 inch tires...he also pushes a 12 foot V plow with it. When I send
> thru the link, it is rejected.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "GOTAM35" <email@example.com>
> To: "Military Vehicles Mailing List" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Friday, February 07, 2003 7:16 AM
> Subject: Re: [MV] Replica vehicles
> > From: "tom-nooneofconsequence" <email@example.com>
> > > i want to build something really weird and scary on a m-35 chassis.
> > Hey, that's a thought. I have several M-35 parts trucks. How would 2
> > axles for 4 wheel steering on a short wheel base look with nice rounded
> > corners from one of the old 1000 gallon water tanks in our junk pile and
> > maybe a turret with a nice sized gun in it. Project would be cheap, I
> > already have most of the material needed. It would even be street legal
> > here in SC if you get a title for a "home made" truck. Hard to believe
> > part huh? For a real realistic look the engine would have to be moved
> > the center or rear of the vehicle, but I am working on a conveyer this
> > and am learning allot about hydraulic pumps and motors.
> > I guess I will be pulling a cab off one of the trucks soon so I can get
> > getter look at the frame. Squirrel is running, wheel is turning, bulb
> > glowing very faintly.
> > Joe "always time to tinker" Trapp
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