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Old 05-17-2004, 11:03 PM
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Driving to work this am, I spied this rig on the Garden state parkway, northbound. Exit 107 or so. It may be hard to see, but the logo in front of the driver's door is an Apache logo. Fess up, who was this? Which Apache belongs behind this sweet wheel?
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Old 05-17-2004, 11:14 PM
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Wouldn't be mine, mine would have to be BLACK, to match the trailer and the boat cover. I like to travel "under cover". I got my eye on a new "Pete".

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I think I know who used to own it ...... If it's the same one . Used to be a horse hauler .
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I is a 330 Pete .The conversion was done by a company called Swabyels or somthing of that sort out west. I had some litture on there conversion but I thought the truck lacked power and size.
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Old 05-18-2004, 01:30 AM
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The regular crew cab is nice, but the more room the merrier. I want one like this. Of course, I would be extremely proud and happy to own either one!
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Just the right size
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Old 05-18-2004, 01:53 AM
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Come on now , It has to have a KW emblem on the front !
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Come on now , It has to have a KW emblem on the front !
NO !!!!!
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Old 05-18-2004, 07:56 AM
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My dad has one that is a International. That sucker has some power. With a auto trans in it I can mash the gas in drive and it will put your head back in the seat all the way to 80. With his 45ft RV trailer on back that thing will accelerate up mountains. Conversion done by http://www.towmaster.com/index.html But holy moly are they expensive.
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I is a 330 Pete .The conversion was done by a company called Swabyels or somthing of that sort out west. I had some litture on there conversion but I thought the truck lacked power and size.
That is a 375 Pete. They discontinued that model. There is a co. in TX that does conversions.
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