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This followed me home today, have a question too

Posted By Kid Sunday, February 06, 2011 3:24 PM
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Kid
 Posted Sunday, February 06, 2011 3:24 PM
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This followed me home today. It needs a bit a work, but it pretty good shape. Oxblood interior,diamond tuck with grey buttons. Back skin has a rub-thru where a headache rack was, but will get a window there anyway, so no biggy.

Do need to know though, only found 2 of the frame mounts today, seller has more mounts, just need the kw part#s to get the correct ones. Someone sent me pics a long time ago, and I cant find them. Anyone got the correct #s for the A model mounts?

Also, any one have oxblood door and corner panels for the cab, they wanna trade for brown? I need to change them out now..







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1972 KW925 SC350 12513 240WB, restoral in progress, 1936 CAT RD4 w/LPC 4A blade restored ground up

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 Posted Sunday, February 06, 2011 5:41 PM
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That'll look really nice on your truck. Isn't that a early B model sleeper since it has the cab door style handles? If I remember right they used the same 2 brackets front and rear just turned the opposite way? If someone don't beat me to it I'll look at mine tomorrow and see if I can get the numbers off them.

Robby Gaines

1971 Peterbilt 359M

1981 Kenworth W-900A Aerodyne

1974 Great Dane Stainless Steel Reefer

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 Posted Sunday, February 06, 2011 6:40 PM
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Kid
Noice L@@kn SinBin
Sumbody once said
"U can't earn money sleepn in u're truck"
LOL
cya
§wishy


 

"Jist doing wot cums naturally" Sum may say "The early bird gets the worm!"

But we all know the 2nd mouse gets the cheese

Ifn U're truck comes with two sticks, U might as well just row a boat

 

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 Posted Monday, February 07, 2011 2:49 AM
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Kid the NAPA store can mix dye the color you need in a spray can then you can spray your door panels


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 Posted Monday, February 07, 2011 6:08 AM
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I was right and wrong. There are 2 different mounts, you'll need 2 of each. All 4 mount so that they're slanted towards the front. The part numbers are K235 C 1074R and K235 C 1074L I don't have a number for the bushing.  

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1981 Kenworth W-900A Aerodyne

1974 Great Dane Stainless Steel Reefer

Kid
 Posted Monday, February 07, 2011 3:35 PM
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Swishter, g'day mate, thanks..

Bill, thought of the dye(actually Tony keeps tellin me), but the cab has the plain rolled brown, and sleeper is diamond tuck oxblood. Would be nice to get the diamonds to match up front if I can, if not, then I may have to... thx..

Robby, thanks for the #s.. but, are those the early B #s, or the A numbers.. Yes, it was off an early B, but same as late A, same latches on mine. The 2 the seller gave me, came off the early B(supposedly) and are 235-1257R,, and I suspect these are B's. He has an old A there, so I guess I need to sit em side by side, and see. Dont know if the A having a 36" sleeper, would make the mounts on it sifferent, or not..


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Those are the numbers off the mounts on my '81 A model Aerodyne. It is a true factory Aerodyne with the original sleeper. I don't know for sure but I suspect they used the same mounts on a 36" and a 60". I can take a pic of them if it would help. The B brackets are probably taller to raise the sleeper up to match the higher setting cab. When you get ready to put that sleeper on make sure you check up underneath it mainly on the rear support bracket that runs side to side under the back wall. The 1 on my truck broke in the center when it was still working. KW wanted alot for the parts to fix it so my friend made a new piece out of heavier steel than it came with. He added other pieces as well so that problem shouldn't come back. Dave Strickland told me that was a common problem on those sleepers.

Robby Gaines

1971 Peterbilt 359M

1981 Kenworth W-900A Aerodyne

1974 Great Dane Stainless Steel Reefer

Monday, February 07, 2011 5:26 PM by Robby359
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 Posted Tuesday, February 08, 2011 11:29 AM
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kid, I will be home in a week or so.  have line sheets for my 81 and it is factory 36 inch bunk. If you don"t have it solved by then will see if I can help. Wayne
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 Posted Sunday, February 13, 2011 5:12 AM
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Kid,

Sharp Bunk, like that interior.Here are pics (with part numbers) for the mounts on a factory 36" 1981 (?) A model.Same part number as Robby's.The part numbers were different for left and right, but the same for front and rear on the same side.Part number just has a suffix of R or L.

Truck Interiors Inc, up in the Seattle area, has (had) all the patterns to do interior panels for a KW without needing to have the truck there.Their website is down, but I believe this is their phone number  http://www.manta.com/c/mmdshdt/truck-interiors-inc  Seems like I remember someone posting that the two brothers (?) that ran it had split.Both are still doing KW interiors, but one is operating under a different name.If the cost wasnt outrageous, they could make you new matching panels for the cab and ship them to you.John
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wayne graham
 Posted Sunday, February 13, 2011 6:02 AM
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Kid, the brackets are K235-1074 and K235-1074R. the bushings are K066-250. The bunk and cab use the same one and they are available from KW. Just got all new ones for my 81. In fact I was able to buy all the rubber components for mine from KW. Hope this helps and let me know if I can be of assistance. by the way I got the 22 inch kw wheel and it is like new. Wayne

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