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Old 06-25-2008, 07:22 AM
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want to install studs.

does anyone one no anyone or a place that can help me install studs. in the midwest. I live in sw iowa and want to do most of the work myself. looking for some one who has done it before and maybe help me out. I have no lift put do have 2 pallet lifts that I was thinking of using to lift the cab up about 4 feet.
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Old 06-25-2008, 07:31 AM
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does anyone one no anyone or a place that can help me install studs. in the midwest. I live in sw iowa and want to do most of the work myself. looking for some one who has done it before and maybe help me out. I have no lift put do have 2 pallet lifts that I was thinking of using to lift the cab up about 4 feet.
someone said they can be installed while the cab is on. Is that right guys?
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Old 06-25-2008, 08:04 AM
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I think they can only be installed with the cab on if you have a 7.3L.
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Old 06-25-2008, 08:10 AM
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it can be done in the cab I know there are someguys that will do it but its a pain in the butt
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You have to remove the evaporator core and it'll still be uncomfortable. Doable though. Few write ups on here.
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There is a shop here in AZ that does all of them with the cab on, it' called Stricly Diesel and the owners name is Nate. Very knowledgable,and very nice to deal with. I know it's not the midwest but they might give you some good advice.
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Old 06-26-2008, 08:14 AM
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There is a shop here in AZ that does all of them with the cab on, it' called Stricly Diesel and the owners name is Nate. Very knowledgable,and very nice to deal with. I know it's not the midwest but they might give you some good advice.
Can you send me the shops contact info?
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The number is 480-922-8768, hopefully this isn't against code of conduct. I guess I'll find out.
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The number is 480-922-8768, hopefully this isn't against code of conduct. I guess I'll find out.
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