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Old 09-21-2011, 02:13 PM
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Maybe not, can i get some more pics? How bad is the rust on the parts i need? Thanks!

Edit:I just saw your truck's ebay listing. The rust would be ok if it was a little closer, i would take it to the swap meet and if no one bites maybe we can work something out.
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Axle found!

Hats off to Josh! He found me what I believe is a dana 70 with a 4.56 ratio, which is perfect for the tires I'm running. I will be retrieving it at the end of november. I checked out Marin's scrap and they had over 30 bonus built cabs easy. One had an odd turbo looking thing haning off the right side of the exterior of the cab and was connected to the heater. Im guessing its the method of producing air movement but I havent ever seen one like it before. I didnt have enough time to check out Anderson's but I may later. Ill let you guys know how the swap goes when the time comes!
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That tube on side of the cab is the fresh air vent for the magic air heaters, you should get it for your truck. 30 bonus built cabs! Sounds like heaven to me....
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