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2670 redo?

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kirk in ks,

07-06-2006 19:01:18

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I wanna get the A/C going in my 2670,
I saw a little fuse panel in front of the panel behind windshield,
is that the fuses to the A/C,and A/C clutch?
I need the vinyl tube,s to the drain,s on side,s of upper panel where knob,s and control,s are,
some of the knob,s are stiff,
do i use WD-40 on them to free them?
Can I still get the original outside body decal,s?
Found out the tightner knob,s for window,s and door,s arnt cheap,13,00 a piece,so Ill wait on them for now,
seat is stiff, so Ill shoot it with some wd-40 to loosen it up,
have throttle , and shutoof cabl,s,
But hesitating to put them in as it look,s like kind of a job,
Other than that,im trying to clean it up,and make it look halfway decent.

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c hess

07-08-2006 12:31:51

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 Re: 2670 redo? in reply to kirk in ks,, 07-06-2006 19:01:18  
Use wd40 on knobs- can get vinal tubing at Ace Hardware- If shifter knobs are loose use JB Weld to reset them. You can get origional cab covering from Fehr Co in Ill, I believe rims were Case aluminium painted .Air cond has aHI AN LOW PRESSURE safety ON IT .You might get lucky an just need freon. By pass them an see if compressor will run for quick check. Sounds like it will be sharp when you are done. 1470 just couple miles away from me for sale sure wwould look sharp. Only has 1300 hrson it but guess i will dreamabout it.

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