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You know, I had the same thoughts before I bought my truck, I called a friend who is a Tech at the local dealership about the practicality of removing the cab for major service. He told me it wasn't a big deal for him as he so good at it that he can have them off in a little over an hour. He said that it makes working on them so much nicer as he doesn't have to worry about dropping a wrench or a heavy part on the customers fender. The cab is 7 feet up and out of the way while he works on it. Then the rest of the repair goes so much faster as he isn't climbing on a platform and leaning in the engine bay. He said that on major repairs the job actually ends up getting done quicker in the end and his back feels much better at the end of the day.
I think it just sounds bad to me when you say that you have to remove the cab.
Anyway, I wanted to say
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