More T600 cab and sleeper quations.

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  1. Pablo-UA

    Pablo-UA Road Train Member

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    Hi to all. Finally it is not so cold now outdoors and we gonna start fixing wreked KW T600.

    Really we found cab with minor damage but sleeper is ruined and so the quation is how to swap sleepers. How to separate it from one cab and fit to other.

    To get the manual would be very good.

    I sugest the best way is to start with removing plastic roof.

    I wanna avoid mistakes with insolation. I do not want to get raining inside ore dusting inside cab.

    I gonna post pics of sleeper a bit later
     
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  4. Pablo-UA

    Pablo-UA Road Train Member

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    Q#1: How to separate sleeper?
    Q#2: How to fit it on other cab?
     
  5. Scrapper

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    We have three T-600's with sleepers. Can look when I get to the shop later. I have never messed with that part of it. Will take a look at ours and see if I can figure anything out. A manual will be very helpful for you though.

    You may want to search images and look for wrecked and or pieces of trucks so you can get an idea of what the internals look like.
     
  6. Pablo-UA

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    The problem is that shipping to Russia is too expencive now. The problem is in poor politics and that's why it would be better do all job in Russia.

    T600 and T700 are so rare in CIS, T2000 is really popular. It is easier to find K100, but not T600. I had an idea to fit T2000 cab on T600 chassis, but it is a nightmare, really easier to fit KRAZ cab.
     
  7. Scrapper

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    Had a minute and found these...didn't know if yours was an aerocab or not...maybe these will help a little bit.



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  8. Pablo-UA

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    yeah, we got aero cab. so whight sleeper is the thing we have too, but in combination with ruined cab. so we gonna start cutting bad sleeper first and inspect cab for damage.

    I hope someone has manual how to do cab job
     
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    Hey you guys sell parts? I am looking for right side closet door for a 72" Aerocab sleeper. I've been looking for one but no luck.
     
  10. Scrapper

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    Tommy, no sorry. I found those pics on google to see if they would help him see the attachment points. Didn't know if they would help or not. All three of our T-600's are on the road. No spare parts from them. Have a couple Western Stars and a T800 and a Cabover Kenworth that have been wrecked that we rob off of often.

    Have you looked at craigslist and ebay both?

    Alot of times you can just search google images and then just follow the link to where the image came from and many times the site is a salvage yard that you can get in touch with. Found that a few times by searching the images.
     
  11. Pablo-UA

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    we got cab with damaged front end but good sleeper for $1200.

    it seems to me expencive
     
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