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Brockway Mudflaps

Postby dbaldwinjr » Sun Nov 18, 2007 8:22 pm

Just in time for Christmas, I have gotten in another batch of Brockway Mudflaps. They are the same as I have sold in the past. Heavy duty 3/8" thick rubber 36"long x 24"wide - just like the originals. They have 3 optional rows of mounting holes so they can be cut for 30" or 24" long. $56.00/pair. Shipping will be extra or I can hold onto them untill the 2008 Cortland show. These things are heavy so better yet, pick them up at my place, save the shipping, and see my Brockway collection. Dane. email: dbaldwinjr25@aol.com.
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Re: Brockway Mudflaps

Postby Brockway700 » Sun Nov 18, 2007 8:25 pm

Do they have the origanal ribs in them?
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Re: Brockway Mudflaps

Postby rz761 » Wed Nov 21, 2007 7:16 pm

Will you throw in free work gloves if you deliver?
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Re: Brockway Mudflaps

Postby dbaldwinjr » Sun Nov 25, 2007 11:17 am

Did I leave a pair of gloves down there RZ?
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Re: Brockway Mudflaps

Postby rz761 » Sun Nov 25, 2007 5:09 pm

yes you did.....my dad used them and he said those gloves have never seen work until he put them on. haha....... I'll give them back to you next time I see you.
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Re: Brockway Mudflaps

Postby Brocky » Sun Nov 25, 2007 8:22 pm

Are they all black or do you have and/or get white ones? Brocky
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Re: Brockway Mudflaps

Postby dbaldwinjr » Sun Nov 25, 2007 9:28 pm

Brocky, The flaps are black rubber with the Brockway name and outline in raised white letters. If you have ever seen an original set, it looks just like'um. As for RZ, the gloves better be returned, and tell your dad I threw the hat away he gave me.
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Re: Brockway Mudflaps

Postby Brocky » Sat Dec 01, 2007 3:49 pm

Dave I sure do remember all the black ones with the raised white Brockway name surroned by trhe elongated shield.. Just thought that maybe you had built some white flaps with black lettering for show purposes?
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Re: Brockway Mudflaps

Postby dbaldwinjr » Mon Aug 17, 2009 8:27 am

Is anyone in need of more Brockway mudflaps? I have been hearing from a few people looking for some and I am out of them. I will be glad to have another run of them made if you guys need some. They will be the same quality 3/8" thick 24"x36" black rubber as in the past. If the interest is there, I will look into it. Thanks, Dane 585-233-3682 dbaldwinjr25@aol.com
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Re: Brockway Mudflaps

Postby rz761 » Mon Aug 17, 2009 12:28 pm

hello dane,

i dont know if you know who i am, but i would take 20 pair of them. any chance you can cut me a deal because of the large quantity i need?
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Re: Brockway Mudflaps

Postby dbaldwinjr » Tue Aug 18, 2009 8:42 pm

Yes, I do know who you are now!!!, and may I say the pleasure was all mine meeting you at this years show. My wife took quite a liking to you and we would greatly welcome a visit any time you are in our neck of the woods! I may be able to work out a special deal on those mud flaps and they may come with a box of friedcakes. In return my wife absolutly needs a ride in that tiny tiger 457. We couldn't get enough of that sweet jake in your other truck. You made us smile during the long parade route every time it went off. How fast did you get 'er going. Weren't you last in line??
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Re: Brockway Mudflaps

Postby rz761 » Tue Aug 18, 2009 9:31 pm

thank you dane, i will deffinatly come up and see you and we can talk mudflap deals. perhaps i can bring the tiny tiger 457 and load the cab with mudflaps. maybe a possible even trade for 20 mud flaps. sound good?

and yes i was last in line!!!! alot of feet up and little cat naps took place back there.
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Re: Brockway Mudflaps

Postby Big Horse » Tue Aug 18, 2009 9:51 pm

Is any extra S/H needed for the set of mud flaps if you include the frycakes?
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Re: Brockway Mudflaps

Postby brockwaytrucksofct » Wed Aug 19, 2009 3:46 pm

Dane i wish you had a set friday night before the show because if i knew there were going to be cars in with the parade and let me tell you i had quite a few behind me at many points during the parade i would have bought a set for the tri axel and threw them on.
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Re: Brockway Mudflaps

Postby brockwaytrucksofct » Wed Aug 19, 2009 3:50 pm

The 457 for 20 brockway mud flaps,you better jump on that.
rz761 wrote:thank you dane, i will deffinatly come up and see you and we can talk mudflap deals. perhaps i can bring the tiny tiger 457 and load the cab with mudflaps. maybe a possible even trade for 20 mud flaps. sound good?

and yes i was last in line!!!! alot of feet up and little cat naps took place back there.
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Re: Brockway Mudflaps

Postby dbaldwinjr » Sat Aug 22, 2009 10:06 am

Sorry, Not shipping friedcakes w/mudflaps at this time. Tried it before and (1) they got smashed (2) someone at fedex at them. I will not give 20 pair for the tiny tiger 457 at this time. I rode in that truck and thought it to be very unsafe. Getting in and out was a challenge. Mike, you gotta get flaps on the Triaxle if your going to be out hot rodding it around at the museum and in the parade. Plus, you might kick up a pebble and send it through the windshield of the 457 behind you.
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Re: Brockway Mudflaps

Postby Huskiedrive361 » Sat Aug 22, 2009 4:16 pm

Don't worry RZ - I hear that F model Mack windshields look the same and will fit!
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Re: Brockway Mudflaps

Postby rz761 » Sat Aug 22, 2009 6:16 pm

yes dane, i can completly understand what the fedex guy was thinking. if i caught one wiff of those home made fried cakes i would have probably ate the box too. that way i destroy the evidence. unsafe??? how can they be unsafe when all you see out of it is pavement? you have no hood to look over and on top of that if you had to stop quick, it would probably roll over frontwards. doesnt sound unsafe to me!!! as your you stan, you say the windshields from an f-model will fit? anything else interchangable with a brock and mack cabover??
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Re: Brockway Mudflaps

Postby dbaldwinjr » Sat Aug 22, 2009 8:49 pm

The original topic here titled "Brockway Mudflaps" is supposed to be about helping others in need of mudflaps be able to find them. The next thing you know we're talking about fried cakes, a tiny tiger 457, Triaxles, parades and F-model Macks. From now on, you can talk about anything, but it must involve or mention Mudflaps of some sort. For example: rz, how many F-model windshilds and Brockway mudflaps do you have left?
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Re: Brockway Mudflaps

Postby rz761 » Sat Aug 22, 2009 10:07 pm

thats funny you ask that dane, i think i have 2 pair of f-model windshields left. but brockway mudflaps on the other hand......well thats another story. i think if i loaded them all in a pick-up i would be grossing 18,500. i could use another set just in case i run out so let me know if your making another run of flaps.

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