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10-26-2012 08:56:00

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I was just wondering if the hood that comes into the cab can be removed to access the back of the engine better. Starting to pull things off to fix the exhaust leak and this would make it much easier of a job.


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10-26-2012 19:57:56

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 Re: 1175 hood in reply to jbeicker, 10-26-2012 08:56:00  
Yes it is a pain in the but, I just want to suggest to anyone that might try moving that cowling with the cab on, don't try,it won't come off anyway. On several occasions I've seen where people have tried and they end up messing up the cab seal, wrecking the firewall insulation and the hood and panel allignment gets screwed up. Rod

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jon f mn

10-26-2012 12:07:58

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 Re: 1175 hood in reply to jbeicker, 10-26-2012 08:56:00  
That is the major shortcoming of the 70 series and the best improvement on the 90 series. imho

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Agri King

10-26-2012 16:18:37

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 Re: 1175 hood in reply to jon f mn, 10-26-2012 12:07:58  
Agree Jon, Then they move the brake valve under the cab!

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Case Nutty 1660

10-26-2012 09:34:38

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 Re: 1175 hood in reply to jbeicker, 10-26-2012 08:56:00  
comes off easy IF you remove the cab first,, sorry its a bit of a pain doing the exhaust but doing it with the cowl on is much easier than trying to take it off cnt

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