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1030 cab removal?

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09-13-2006 05:55:16

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looking at purchasing a 1030 comfort king in pretty good shape but it has a big ugly cab on it. it looks to be original has anyone removed one of these? Is it worth doing or too much Hassle? Would probably need to buy fenders? are they available? Thanks in advance for any info.

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09-14-2006 18:01:25

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 Re: 1030 cab removal? in reply to Weeble, 09-13-2006 05:55:16  
Hi is your cab a factory cab? If it is I have a decent used set of fenders, no rot but have a few dents. Interested in trading? Where are you located? Thanks!! Brian

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09-13-2006 12:11:00

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 Re: 1030 cab removal? in reply to Weeble, 09-13-2006 05:55:16  
We just removed an original cab from a 1968 930 CK and it wasn't bad at all. We used a loader tractor and a high lift jack. Once it broke free it came right off. You would need to buy fenders and they are still available through salvage yards. They are not cheap though. Keep in mind the cab or fenders hold the fuel tank in place so have something to put on the tractor if you decide to take the cab off.

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