Thanks for setting up AA message board

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Mike Taylor
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Thanks for setting up AA message board

Post by Mike Taylor » January 16th, 2003, 4:30 am

Mike Green.

Hope this new AA message board does good. I'm working my way through an early '28 stakebed AA, and have found that specific info and parts for the AA can be difficult to obtain. Hope this board can start to fill the gap

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Re: Thanks for setting up AA message board

Post by mikeg » January 16th, 2003, 7:26 am

Mike Taylor wrote:Mike Green.

Hope this new AA message board does good. I'm working my way through an early '28 stakebed AA, and have found that specific info and parts for the AA can be difficult to obtain. Hope this board can start to fill the gap

Mike Taylor
Mike, visit the AA Truck Site at http://www.aa-fords.com/ I have been putting more information up there for AA sources for info and vendors.

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Post by cec » January 16th, 2003, 3:44 pm

I'm in the process of building an early 30 AA semi. Anyone out there have an AA semi? I have questions about trailer brakes. I have a fuel tanker semi trailer that I'm restoring for it.

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Post by mikeg » January 16th, 2003, 4:18 pm

cec wrote:I'm in the process of building an early 30 AA semi. Anyone out there have an AA semi? I have questions about trailer brakes. I have a fuel tanker semi trailer that I'm restoring for it.
Hi, this forum works a little differently than Dales WWWboard, your best bet would be to start a new topic titled "30 AA Semi brakes" or something like that.

Are you a member of FMAATC? Neil Wilson might have some information for you, Neil's email is wilsmor@juno.com, dues are $4 per year and he publishes a newsletter once a year every April, probably one of the best parts of the newsletter is the member roster, you might find another AA Semi owner in there.

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