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O.K. bring on the snow. I have my spout rotator finished

I built a carb heater that should keep the carb and gov from freezing. [img]/club2/attach/Willy/009.JPG[/img]

I stuck a light on the cab for night work [img]/club2/attach/Willy/007.JPG[/img]
And a stuck a fan in to keep my hot breath from fogging the windsheild.
And last the stinger with weights

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Looks really good, Willy! Wish I had the electrics to run that much stuff, with mine the headlights pretty much take all its got. I do know that having a cab is right up there on the list of blessings that I really appreciate! You will too! Steve

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