Posted by DK44H on December 27, 2012 at 17:31:09 from (18.104.22.168):
I've spent the past few evenings finishing up my conversion of a 966 from a cab tractor to an open station. I was wondering what exactly were the differences in the tractor itself besides the fact that one had a cab and the other didn't? Haha. I see some 66s had chrome levers for the gear shift, throttle, and ta and some were black. Are the cabbed tractors the ones with the black and the open stations chrome? Or was this a production year type difference? Did all the 66s come with the vinyl cover around the gauges on the dash or was that only on cabbies? And last, should a true open station have the cast piece around the steering wheel with the "throttle gauge" for lack of a better term or did some have it made of plastic? I know the PTO levers were different as well, just trying to make this thing as "correct" as possible. Thanks for the help. DK
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