Man, that's some good deals you are posting.
in the free classifieds today Free Classified Ads
cranks $200 off
rods $200 off
Pistons $150 off
Good price on the towbar. I've always preferred a dolley, but I notice most RV'ers use a bar. Work pretty good?
bringin' em back ~ to the Dodge Mahal !!....
Where old Magnums can find a home..
I'm cutting bait -- you can get a machine block, new forged stroker crank, H-beam rods, pistons, bearings, rings, to put together a killer Race 408 engine for less than $2500. You can get 2 sets of small block heads to port (and ruin one set trying) for another $100. I believe I have a timing set still, new intake, new race prepped carb, water pump so that for under $3500 you should be able to build a 500+hp 408 motor.
I also have a new Indy aluminum wet block, a set of Indy 572 CNC ported loaded heads with big springs and titanium keepers, and a selection of Indy intakes for someone looking to build a 572-622 monster. I'm listening to reasonable offers.
I'm clearing everything out to make room.
Yup -- I towed a 4X4 Durango behind a motor coach with it. I needed a bigger one when I decided to tow a 7000# F350 4X4 Dually Crew Cab. I'd much rather flat tow than a dolly. The dolley wheels are too light weight to carry that load -- and the width (has to wider than the vehicle on it) often has the right wheel on the shoulder where all the junk is. I had a half dozen blowouts -- and never at the right time and place. Desert on Sunday nights.....
It also takes time and you get dirty trying down a dolly with those nasty strap that wear out and collect road grime. This is a folding towbar that can stay on the front of the tow vehicle -- or be removed in minutes. I could hook up the Durango and be down the road in less than 2 minutes -- and never had a blowout. Many states won't let you on their highway with a dolley -- but you can flat tow. Garden State Parkway is one.
Look at all of the high end motorhomes going down the road -- 99% flat tow.
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