Paul - I plan to complete the cab (paint, glass, upholstery, sign writing, wiring, seats etc etc) and then mount it. Should then only have to connect up some wires, air lines, fit the radiator, grille and bull bar and start it. I can lift it with forks through the engine tunnel.
1975 Atkinson, 180HP 6LXB Gardner, RTO910, 34000lb Rockwell on camelback
I bought some self adhesive silver reflective insulation on Fleabay to do the engine bay on Lorry the Hino. As the cab tilted forward this was ample room for me to guerny off the cab floor, let it dry and startsticking it on. Turns out it also tends to make it quieter inside as well. /it is only thin but so far I'm happy with it. also put it in for the time that I fit an A/C unit to keep us 'hotties' cool.
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