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Same make-over as the 5000, old Britains cab on the new skid unit. Cab features added rear windows, complete floor pan, glazing, mirrors, sidelights, side steps and window wiper. Mud guards have added indicator lights, square tail lights and interior mounted toolbox. New exhaust and air filter stack, detailed grill and floatation front tyres. Completely re-sprayed with new decals.

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1 hour ago, justy 46 said:

Ian..your a very talented man .. That is a beauty..!!  It's guys like you that  Britains , UH etc should have working for them . ;)

Thanks Justin ;) If it wasn't for those guys, I wouldn't be able to do these builds :) The cab they used for the 7000 did annoy me for quite some time though :lol:

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1 hour ago, tabmodels said:

Thanks Justin ;) If it wasn't for those guys, I wouldn't be able to do these builds :) The cab they used for the 7000 did annoy me for quite some time though :lol:

That true Ian. But you smarten them up & add in the finer details . And your 3D printing is spot on .. Keep up the good work..;)

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