> Hey Bill, have you considered buying a better cab? I bought a Midwest '57
> cab to put on my wrecker that only needs about 2" at the rear corners and
> the steps replaced because they are very dented. I don't have to do any
> High work around the windows and I only paid $500.00 (Truck
> Carlisle 1999).
Of course, and I've checked out about a half dozen of them and they all had
problems. I've already bought the repair panels so they aren't included in
the $1500. Anyways, I'm going to have some of the fixes involve some custom
work, so in the end it should all work out ok.
I think in the end I'll break about even if I took the time to find a good
cab, had it shipped here and had it sandblasted. Plus like I said, I'm doing
some custom stuff, like shaving the drip edge, the gas door, and smoothing
out some of the factory seams. Stuff I'd have to do to any cab I bought.
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