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post #1 of 7 Old 11-13-2017, 08:21 PM Thread Starter
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Cab removal time/steps

Pretty much as the title says. Looking to use lizard skin on the cab of my future(?) 18.

I have access to a lift and tools.




I have seen technical schematics before on this website for the previous generation. Where are people getting this stuff? Iím constantly searching for torque specs on google.



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Pretty much as the title says. Looking to use lizard skin on the cab of my future(?) 18.

I have access to a lift and tools.




I have seen technical schematics before on this website for the previous generation. Where are people getting this stuff? Iím constantly searching for torque specs on google.



Thanks in advance.


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Im just asking this cause apparently you have bigger [email protected] then me but if your looking to pull a $70K truck apart I would think you would have access to all this stuff? Not trying to be an @ss I just wouldn't think of pulling the truck apart without factory training or something.

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Im just asking this cause apparently you have bigger [email protected] then me but if your looking to pull a $70K truck apart I would think you would have access to all this stuff? Not trying to be an @ss I just wouldn't think of pulling the truck apart without factory training or something.


I didnít see a question there, but Iíll answer what I believe you are trying to ask.

I do not have enough knowledge to comfortably perform said task, but I do have the capabilities. That is what I am looking to obtain from here (tech files).

I havenít figured out the correlation between this topic and my testicles. But yes, I suppose they are quite large.


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I didnít see a question there, but Iíll answer what I believe you are trying to ask.

I do not have enough knowledge to comfortably perform said task, but I do have the capabilities. That is what I am looking to obtain from here (tech files).

I havenít figured out the correlation between this topic and my testicles. But yes, I suppose they are quite large.


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There really wasn't a question. It was more of just a statement (poorly sarcastically phased im guessing). I was just saying it takes a lot of guts (aka balls) to pull apart a new truck without some training. So on that aspect you are braver then me. If I offended you I'm sorry. I thought you would read my sarcasm in my metaphor. No hard feelings i hope. I applaud you for taking on new challenges and hope you can share what you learn from you endeavor.
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i appreciate your ambition and caution.

attached are shop manual chapter files for the 6.4 cab-off procedure. these should give you an idea about what is involved.

i assume that you have a two post lift. short of detaching everything and hoisting the cab all of the way off, i would try to do your job by just separating from the frame enough to get things done. loosening your bolts enough so that they are retained by only a couple of threads and then lifting the cab may get you where you need to be. the dpf comes off easily if you need to get above that during your process. reassembly would then just involve lowering the lift and tightening everything up--no complicated guiding of the cab to align to the frame would be needed. beyond the cab/frame reassembly, you would have multiple other components to install.

a good prep job would probably be essential before you spray any product. that may be easier done from within the cab. seats, console and carpet come out easily. working horizontally is probably easier than working from below too.
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another file from the 6.4 owners manual that did not fit into the other post.
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is there a 6.7 truck procedure?? I have pulled 6.4 cabs before and the 6.7 is quite different....
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