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966 factory cab

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gary in neb.

12-12-2016 08:00:29

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have a 966 with a factory white colored cab that this fat ole feller has a hard time getting in and out. I have seen some aftermarket steps that I could get. do they help a lot? other option is take off cab and put on a hiniker or year a round.

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Jeff M NY

12-12-2016 09:32:53

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 Re: 966 factory cab in reply to gary in neb., 12-12-2016 08:00:29  
K&M makes a nice set of steps. I have a set on an 856 and really like them. Makes getting on and off a whole bunch easier. Mine doesn't have a cab, but I would imagine they have a model that would fit your 966. I got mine from Sloans a few years back. I think then they were around $300. Or as mentioned, if you are handy a set can be made to your liking. Good luck and hope you find something.

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12-12-2016 08:08:23

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 Re: 966 factory cab in reply to gary in neb., 12-12-2016 08:00:29  
There are aftermarket steps that are almost a stairway.I made a step for a H100 once like that.Took a piece of 1 1/2 square tube,set out at an angle.Welded some steps about a foot apart/ Took a flat plate about 5x8",bolted that to the cab just under the door and welded the 'upright' to that so the ladder could be removed if needed.You could add a handrail if needed.

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