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Early Mack Ultraliners 16 Oct 2020 13:38 #215477

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Were there many Ultraliners retro fitted with Cummins motors. What were they like to drive?
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Early Mack Ultraliners 16 Oct 2020 16:52 #215480

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I think Cat motors were more the common conversion

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Early Mack Ultraliners 16 Oct 2020 20:54 #215486

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Reckon Mrs is on the right track with more Cats than Crummins. FBT liquid subbie, Lionel had one with a 400 Cat, used to run the New England, right up on its weights all the time, used to smooth the hills out pretty easily, wasn't much that could get around it.

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