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tank?

Post by brian »

so where does one go to get parts for ones sherman tank?
anybody got any head gaskets out there?
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Sherman Parts

Post by Steve Greenberg »

Brian,
Try Brent Mullins in TX.
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And Kevin Kronlund. Also, don't forget Jerry Biro, he has spent the last 35 years canvassing the US for NOS Industrial Engine, and Surplus Military engines and parts. He is the most experienced Military Engine parts dealer in the country, and is the least likely to make mistakes. He is always on the lookout for Tank engine parts and has a large stock of Sherman Radial Engine parts, and misc GAA parts.
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Sherman Tank

Post by Steve Greenberg »

Brian,
I have a couple manuals on the Sherman tank.
Contact me if your interested.
Thanks,
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Post by brian »

I think its a ford V-8 with a carb on each end.
russ morgan in lovland just bought a carcuss, that was used for building demolition.
we filled the raditater, and found water in the oil about 5 minuts later.
thats more work than I want to think about.
on the pluss side it has new track.
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