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    If you can help him, drop him an email, please. Posting here won't help him much. <G>:

    Name: Vernon L Logue
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    City: Lecomple La.
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    Comment: I need to know how to take a 2/4 ton 1949 studebaker truck rearend apart.

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    www.davesplaceinc.com

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    Hmmmmmmmmm.... 2/4ton - wouldn't that equate to a 1/2ton???[:0]

    Miscreant at large.
    No deceptive flags to prove I'm patriotic - no biblical BS to impress - just ME and Studebakers - as it should be.

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    • #3
      2/4=1/2 that's what I thought too!
      I have a 5/4 Kaiser/Jeep(1 1/4ton) and they actually called them Five Quaters!

      Dallas,Texas

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      • #4
        quote:Hmmmmmmmmm.... 2/4ton - wouldn't that equate to a 1/2ton???
        I just cut 'n paste. [:X]

        Dave's Place
        Studebaker Emporium
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        • #5
          That reminds me of Ford's double speak "4X2" trucks are two wheel drive. [:0] Sheesh
          -ANT

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          • #6
            Not just Ford - truck factories produce
            4x2 = single rear axle drive
            4x4 = both front & rear axle drive
            6x4 = dual rear axle drive (bogie drive)
            6x6 = front + both rear axle drive
            8x4 = 2 front axles (not driven) + dual rear axle drive
            never seen or heard of an 8x8, but maybe they exist somewhere also.
            / Hank

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            • #7
              quote:Originally posted by hank63



              never seen or heard of an 8x8, but maybe they exist somewhere also.
              / Hank
              What about the Oskosh HEMT-T trucks the Army and USMC use.
              Never drove one but seems besides the front two axles steering all four of them drive the truck.

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