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rocks70

720 cab

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rocks70

built a new cab for my sons 720 used 3/8 pvc instead of plywood used 2x2 wood for the frame next year ill take it apart and use 1.5x1.5 tubing for the frame work the windows are plexy glass no snow will blow on him now

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720nut
42 minutes ago, s_stephen said:

looks good I still need to build one for my 720

Stephen , Tim Simone has a beautiful soft cab he's been trying to sell 734-524-0783 not sure what he's asking

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rocks70
19 minutes ago, PhanDad said:

Great work.

Nice to keep your son dry and warm.

hes 38 years old and he did help build it  he says it makes a world of difference when hes blowing snow

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Talntedmrgreen
5 hours ago, 720nut said:

Stephen , Tim Simone has a beautiful soft cab he's been trying to sell 734-524-0783 not sure what he's asking

I recall it being very reasonable, and like new.  

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rocks70
3 hours ago, B-16_IC said:

Nice job, well thought out. dOd

I like the Ram charger in the background, I had a white 85 many years ago. 

itsa low milage truck im redoing the whole truck i bought one just like it new in 87 only rust where you see the primer. interior has already been all done over

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macallis180

Glad you posted pictures on here as well as Facebook site as I couldn't see the pix as well on my phone. 

Sure looks like a factory cab, and with the swinging front window makes the "check oil and add gas" situation much easier. 

Smart move to start with wood framing as it is so easy to work with and correct mistakes - mistakes that you won't have to make replacing with a more permanent framework for next year!

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