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C-160 Cab install

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Looking great!! Should keep you cozy while cleaning up the white stuff.

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Looks really good! :handgestures-thumbupright: Nice patina on that old girl and nice marriageof of new red and old. Any plans for (more) weight on the rear & how does that C handle the front beast?

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It steers a bit hard. I was thinking of getting a steering quickener and install it backwards to act similar to 520 steering reduction.

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Enjoy your new cab!!!  I know I love mine in the winter.  :)

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Here it is. Moving snow like nobodys business. Nice and cozy warm and dry in the cab!!

 

 

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