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  1. 766 fuel sending unit

    I have a 766 diesel with a qr1 year round cab on that needs a fuel sending unit, question is do I need to tip the cab up to get the hood off to replace the sending unit or is there another trick to getting the top tin off under the cab?
  2. 3388 flashers

    had the same issue on our 186 ended up being the electrical connection under the cab that powers blower fan, radio, dome light, and flashers, ours was melted so I just cut the connection out and spliced everything together with weather proof connectors
  3. Tilt steering wheel 66 series

    I may be wrong but I don't think tilt steering was even an option on the 66 series, not even sure if it was an option on the 86's but it can be put in an 86 series from an 88 series
  4. Year round dash cover for 766

    I know there was something originally because I still have the remains of the original, minus the padding on the back side thanks to the mice.
  5. Year round dash cover for 766

    Im looking for a dash cover for a 766 with a year round QT1 cab, Ive found lots of places to find a dash cover for a factory cab but none for a year round cab, question is are they the same or is there some place that I can get a dash cover specifically made for a 66 series with a year round cab? Thanks
  6. 1086 shifting

    Using our 1086 this fall for pulling wagons I noticed that I can't pull it into 1st gear, I tried slowly letting the clutch out to get it to go like I've been able to do other times but this time nothing. After messing with it for a while I did manage to get it to go in once and everything was sounded good in the transmission and it shifted back into 2nd just fine but it wouldn't go back into first after that and I haven't been able to get it in since. Is this something internal or is it just a linkage that needs to be lubed somewhere? Ben
  7. cab kit for 3x88

    I've installed 2 headliners, both from SHOUP, perfect fit, didn't have to do any trimming, but I would recommend watching a youtube video, they give some good tips if you've never done one before.