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It's fabulous.
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ummm....whats the goal?
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sorry to hear about your back slowing things down...

What did the 4BT come out of? What are you going to do about vibration (if anything)?

Cool build
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My 4Bt came from a late model Freightliner MT35. As far as the vibration I'm using engine mounts on a 45 degree angle, a 6BT damper, and will bump the idle up a bit when its all assembled.
I'm glad you didn't say, "what vibration?" Now you get to keep your teeth.

I look forward to seeign more pics as this progresses.
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My goodness this is going to be cool.

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Errrrrrr, Will complain else where - &y
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Please explain the transmission and transfer case combo. What did they come out of and are you using any adapters? Whats the plan for the front axle?

Looks great!

From one 6-footer to another....i think you are going to have a problem using those seats and still having room. The way the floor is molded you will have to make a bracket to mount those seats and then you will be sitting real high. I often wondered why I read on JF about so many people using some type of seat riser to elevate the seat. I almost wish mine was shorter.
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