Update on starting the 1952 4103,
After a couple of months of being too darn busy in the spur shop to look up I took a couple of days off and pulled the injectors, all 6 were stuck a lot of WD-40 and PB Blaster and several hours of working them back and forth they were free, just installed them, bled the fuel lines and I have a running 671......Nothing like it!!
Off to town for more diesel
some antifreeze, oil and filters and hope to take her on a short run down the road in a day or so if brakes check out and she builds air and I can shut her down from the cockpit.
Found some receipts from the previous owners trip from Tulsa to NW Arkansas looks like a little over 20 years since she ran last.
Just wanted to thank all who helped and post the reason she did not start on my previous attempt. Maybe this thread will help someone down the road...
Bought a set of 671 tune up tools on e-bay a week or so ago so will try and give her a tune up, I have a local former DD mechanic to help me run the rack and the best thing is he works for cold beer. I went to high school with the guy and I knew he used to have a truck repair shop but just found out a couple of weeks ago he worked on a lot of Detroits over the years.
Life is good...