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Bubba

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About Bubba

  • Rank
    Looker
  • Birthday 06/29/1959

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  • Scale I Build
    1/24 &1/25

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  • Location
    Lost in the Ottawa Valley
  1. Old Manitoulin B-7000

    As far as i recall tri-axles have been around since at least the late 60's (probably before that but i'm getting forgetful). What surprises me is the tridem set up with the 3 axles with no spread. The old tri axles i pulled had about a 10' spread between the lead axle and the tandems at the back. Also the lead axle was a lift axle. The tridem grouping was a more recent style . It is easier on the roads.
  2. AI Truck Models (http://www.aitruckmodels.com/) lists one, a 60" Mercury in their web site. Good Luck, Brent
  3. semi truck pulling

    HeyBuba, I don't know about the pullers in your link, but the truck pull at Notre Dame du Nord has a no motor mod rule. The only real mod is a plate to protect the fuel tanks. if you google Noter Dame du nord you should find the link to Rodeo du Camion. Good luck. Bubba