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Lookin Good!

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that looks sharp!

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Good job, looks great.

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looks like a new one.

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Wow! Very nice!

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Now that is how a 1066 should look!

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It was a lot of work started on it after first of year. Blasted cab sheet metal needle scaled all the frame. New cab kit from fehr 18 42 on the back km step on othe side put 86 series condenser on it with new ac compressor from ap air.  Rebuilt front end we rebuilt motor and at last summer so yea it's pretty much new only has 4500 original hours I'm the 3 owner

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Lots like all that work payed off.  She's a beauty.

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Well it was three of us working on it my brother dad and I couldn't have done it by myself my brother and I took turns painting it 3 coats on everything 

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That is very nice, you should be proud!

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She sure is pretty! Nice job

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Looks good I'd like to see more pics if possible I've got a 966 with that cab no ac tho 

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Very nice! Good to see somebody restore the cab too instead of throw it away. And ac? Now im really jealous! :rolleyes:

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Looks the 42s take up that  big space between the top of tire and cab fender! My question were you able to quiet the cab at all if so how you do it?

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Nice job and the cab looks great on there!

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Nice Nice Super Nice

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very niceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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Very good job looks great

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I will get more pics up the way I made cab quiet was weather striping on all doors and window I used push on bulb seal that helped a lot. Also the food floor Matt I used bubble wrap on underside of hood dash and peice below park brake. Also I used this foam I acquired from work and latex over fuel tank and the void area behind dash. I also bubble wrapped under floor and filled under he seat with that sound foam as well. But in my opinion the bulb seal on the windows and doors helped the most they cannot rattle now.

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Very nice!

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