And, the best thing about this truck is.......It has a AIR-RIDE cab!!
Hey Scobey. I just joined the forum after finding this thread while searching the web for 362s. Sweet machine you got there.
Does yours have the air-ride cab in the front
? I ask because I can see your rear cab air-ride is
the factory system (very rare indeed -- most you see are the Cabmate aftermarket system), and I want to somehow get my cab on air, front and rear. I didn't even know they made factory air-ride cab for the 362 (especially not in the front) until I got hold of a big fat factory service manual a couple of years ago, which diagrams both the front and rear mechanisms.
I have an 89 single-axle with only 141k on it (ex-CBS production truck), and a non-running 90 tandem-axle. I just got started -- the plan is to drop the rear axle from the 89, and stretch it by adding on a section from the 90 that I'll cut off the at the back of the cab or so (the 90 has Pete Low-Air
). I welcome any advice anyone has regarding doing this.
Here's the 89 (how about those lower fairings?):
Here's the 90 on the lowboy after I went and got it with the 89:
Happy restoring!!! Looking forward to hearing more about your progress!