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BODY BUILDER MANUAL CONTENTS

SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION

SECTION 2: SAFETY AND COMPLIANCE

SAFETY SIGNALS

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FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS (FMVSS) AND

CANADIAN MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS (CMVSS) COMPLIANCE

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NOISE AND EMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS

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SECTION 3: DIMENSIONS

INTRODUCTION

3-1

ABBREVIATIONS

3-1

OVERALL DIMENSIONS

3-2

Model 389-131

3-3

Model 389-123

3-4

Model 386

3-5

Model 384

3-6

Model 367 SFFA

3-7

Model 367 SBFA

3-8

Model 367 SBFA HH

3-9

Model 367 SBFA HH FEPTO

3-10

Model 365 SFFA

3-11

Model 365 SBFA

3-12

Model 365 SBFA FEPTO

3-13

Model 579-123

3-14

Model 579-117

3-15

Model 567-121

3-16

Model 567-115

3-17

UNIBILT SLEEPERS

3-18

CONVENTIONAL CAB

3-19

EXTENDED CAB

3-20

FRAME RAILS

3-21

FRAME HEIGHT CHARTS

3-22

FRONT DRIVE AXLE, PTO’S AND AUXILIARY TRANSMISSIONS

3-28

Examples

3-28

Guppy Outserts

3-31

EXHAUST HEIGHT CALCULATIONS

3-35

GROUND CLEARANCE CALCULATIONS

3-36

OVERALL CAB HEIGHT CALCULATIONS

3-37

FRAME COMPONENTS

3-38

Fuel Tanks

3-38

DEF Tanks

3-39

EXHAUST SYSTEMS

3-40

Exhaust Single RH Side of Cab DPF/SCR RH Under Cab

3-40

Exhaust Dual Side of Cab DPF/SCR RH Under Cab

3-41

Exhaust Single RH Back of Cab DPF/SCR RH Under Cab

3-42

Exhaust Single Horizontal DPF/SCR RH Under Cab

3-43

Exhaust Single RH Back of Sleeper DPF/SCR RH Under Cab

3-44

Exhaust Dual Back of Sleeper DPF/SCR RH Under Cab

3-45

Exhaust Single RH Back of Sleeper DPF/SCR Cross Over Under Cab

3-46

Exhaust Dual Back of Sleeper DPF/SCR Cross Over Under Cab

3-47

Exhaust Single Horizontal DPF/SCR Cross Over Under Cab

3-48

Exhaust Single LH Back of Sleeper DPF/SCR Vertical –Day Cab

3-49

Exhaust Single LH Back of Sleeper DPF/SCR Vertical –36” Sleeper

3-50

Exhaust Single RH Side of Cab ISL-G Only

3-51

Exhaust Single RH Back of Cab ISL-G Only

3-52

Exhaust Single Horizontal ISL-G or ISL12-G Only

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Exhaust Single Vertical ISL-G or ISL12-G Only

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PTO CLEARANCES

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SECTION 4: BODY MOUNTING

INTRODUCTION

4-1

FRAME RAILS

4-1

CRITICAL CLEARANCES

4-2

BODY MOUNTING USING BRACKETS

4-3

Brackets

4-4

Mounting Holes

4-5

Frame Drilling

4-6

BODY MOUNTING USING U–BOLTS

4-7

Rear Body Mount

4-9

SECTION 5: FRAME MODIFICATIONS

INTRODUCTION

5-1

DRILLING RAILS

5-1

MODIFYING FRAME LENGTH

5-1

CHANGING WHEELBASE

5-1

CROSSMEMBERS

5-2

TORQUE REQUIREMENTS

5-3

WELDING

5-3

SECTION 6: ELECTRICAL 389 FAMILY

CONTROL UNIT IDENTIFICATION

6-1

Functional Description-Instrumentation Control Unit /

6-1

Cab Electronic Control Unit (ICU/CECU)

6-1

Electronic Service Agent (ESA)

6-2

Models–Build Dates Identification

6-2

Identification

6-2

HOW MULTIPLEXED INSTRUMENTS WORK

6-6

Introduction

6-6

Central Instrument Cluster

6-7

ICU/CECU Architecture

6-9

Power On Self-Test

6-10

Commercial Vehicle Smart Gauges (CVSG)

6-10

Instruments and Controls Operation

6-11

TRANSMISSION BACK UP SIGNALS

6-14

JUNCTION BOX

6-14

J1939

6-15

SECTION 7: ELECTRICAL 579 FAMILY

INTRODUCTION

7-1

BODY BUILDER CONNECTION POINTS

7-2

Harness Design

7-2

Remote Throttle and Remote PTO Control

7-2

Spare Power

7-2

Air Solenoid

7-2

Cab Switch Backlighting

7-2

Electric Engaged Equipment

7-3

Air Solenoid Bank and Chassis Node

7-3

Rear Axle Controls and Sensors

7-4

Location Diagrams for Various Connectors on the Frame

7-5

INSTALLING ADDITIONAL SWITCHES ONTO THE CHASSIS

7-10

INSTALLING ADDITIONAL GAUGES ON THE DASH

7-11

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INSTALLING SENSORS ON THE CHASSIS FOR GAUGES

7-12

LIFT AXLES (PUSHERS & TAG)

7-14

Truck Lift Axles

7-14

Trailer Lift Axles

7-15

AIR SOLENOIDS

7-16

REMOTE THROTTLE

7-17

CAB ECU PARAMETER REFERENCE TABLE

7-19

INTERLOCK PROGRAMMING DETAILS

7-20

TRANSMISSION BACK UP SIGNALS

7-24

JUNCTION BOX

7-24

SNOW PLOW LIGHTING

7-25

J1939

7-26

HOW DO I...

7-28

Install a Multiplexed Instrument

7-28

Install and Air Operated External Device

7-28

Re-Program the CECU

7-28

Install New Telltale Icons into the Instrument Cluster

7-28

Access the Solenoid Bank and Chassis Node

7-29

Get the Air Bags to Deflate When the PTO is on

7-29

DASH

7-30

Gauge and Switch Installation

7-30

Telltale Icons Installation

7-33

SECTION 8: PTO SECTION

INTRODUCTION

8-1

TRANSMISSION MOUTED PTO –GENERAL

8-1

TRANSMISSION MOUNTED PTO –579 FAMILY

8-3

TRANSMISSION CLEARANCE CHARTS –579 FAMILY

8-4

HYDRAULIC CLUTCH ACTUATOR CONFIGURATIONS

8-6

FRONT ENGINE PTO

8-7

REAR ENGINE PTO

8-8

PTO INSTALLATIONS –389 FAMILY

8-9

PTO INSTALLATIONS –579 FAMILY

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SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION

The Peterbilt Heavy Duty Body Builder Manual was designed to provide body builders with a comprehensive information set to guide the body planning and installation process. Use this information when installing bodies or other associated equipment.

In this manual you will find appropriate dimensional information, guidelines for mounting bodies, modifying frames, electrical wiring configurations, as well as other information useful in the body installation process.

The Peterbilt Heavy Duty Body Builder Manual can be very useful when specifying a vehicle, particularly when the body builder is involved in the vehicle selection and component ordering process. Information in this manual will help reduce overall costs through optimized integration of the body installation with vehicle selection.

As products continually evolve, Peterbilt reserves the right to change specifications or products at any time without prior notice. It is the responsibility of the user to ensure that he is working with the latest released information. If you require additional information or reference materials, please contact your local Peterbilt dealer.

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SECTION 2 SAFETY AND COMPLIANCE

SAFETY SIGNALS

A number of alerting messages are shown in this book. Please read and follow them. They are there for your protection and information. These alerting messages can help you avoid injury to yourself or others and help prevent costly damage to the vehicle.

Key symbols and “signal words” are used to indicate what kind of message is comments prefaced by “WARNING”, “CAUTION”, and “NOTE.” Pleaseerts. don't ignore an

WARNING

When you see this word and symbol, the message that follows is especially vital. It signals a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. This message will tell you what the hazard is, what can happen if you, andon’thow to avoidheedit. the warning

Example:

WARNING! Be sure to use a circuit breaker designed to meet liftgate amperage requirements. An incorrectly specified circuit breaker could result in an electrical overload or fire situation. Follow the liftgate installation instructions and use a circuit breaker with the recommended capacity.

CAUTION

Signals a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury or damage to the vehicle.

Example:

Peterbilt 567 Service Manual (7)CAUTION: Never use a torch to make a hole in the rail. Use the appropriate drill bit.

NOTE

Provides general information: for example, the note could warn you on how to avoid damaging your vehicle or how to drive the vehicle more efficiently.

Example:

NOTE: Be sure to provide maintenance access to the battery box and fuel tank fill neck.

Please take the time to read these messages when you see them, and remember:

WARNING

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.

CAUTION

Signals a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury or

damage to the vehicle.

NOTE

Useful information that is related to the topic being discussed.

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FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS (FMVSS) AND CANADIAN MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS (CMVSS) COMPLIANCE

As an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), Peterbilt Motors Company ensures that our products comply with all applicable Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) and Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (CMVSS) where applicable. However, the fact that this vehicle has no fifth–wheel and that a Body Builder (Final Stage Manufacturer) will be doing additional modifications means that the vehicle was incomplete when it left the build plant.

Incomplete Vehicle Certification

An Incomplete Vehicle Document is shipped with the vehicle, certifying that the vehicle is not complete (see figure below). In addition, affixed todoortheframedriver’sor edge is ansideIncomplete Vehicle Certification label.

NOTE: These documents list the FMVSS (or CMVSS) regulations that the vehicle complied with when it left the build plant. You should be aware that if you modify or alter any of the components or systems covered by these FMVSS (or CMVSS) regulations, it is your responsibility as the Final Stage Manufacturer to ensure that the complete vehicle maintains compliance with the particular FMVSS (or CMVSS) regulations when you complete your modifications.

Figure 2-1. Incomplete Vehicle Certification Document Figure 2-2. Location of Certification Labels -Driver’s Door Frame

As the Final Stage Manufacturer, you should retain the Incomplete Vehicle Document for your records. In addition, you should record and retain the manufacturer and serial number of the tires on the vehicle. Upon completion of the vehicle (installation of the body and any other modifications), you should affix your certification label to the vehicle as required by Federal law. This tag identifies you as the “Final Stage Manufacturer”fies that the vehicle compliesand withcertiFederal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards.

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Trucks equipped with a “Vehicle Emission Control Information”ith Uniteddoor Stateslabel a

Greenhouse Gas (GHG) regulations. Original tires may be substituted provided the new tires possess an equal to or lower Coefficient of rolling resistance (Crr).

The Emission Controls shown in Figure 2-3 may be indicated on the label.

Figure 2-3. Incomplete Vehicle Certification Document

Noise and Emissions Requirements

NOTE: This truck may be equipped with a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) muffler unit in order to meet both noise and exhaust emissions requirements. Removal or tampering with the DPF muffler will not improve engine performance. Also tampering with the exhaust system is against the rules that are established by the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations and Environment Canada Regulations. The

DPF muffler may only be replaced with an approved part.

NOTE: 2007/10/13 emissions engines are integrated with particulate filters for 2007/10/13 EPA certification. The particulate filter assembly may consist of one or more of the following components: a diesel oxidation catalyst, a diesel particulate filter, temperature sensors, differential pressure sensor, and exhaust silencing components integrated into a modular housing. Body Builders must not modify or relocate this assembly or any components associated with it. It is also the case that there should not be any modifications made to the exhaust piping from turbo outlet to aftertreatment inlet.

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SECTION 3 DIMENSIONS

INTRODUCTION

This section has been designed to provide enough information to successfully layout a chassis in the body planning process. All dimensions are inches unless otherwise noted. Optional equipment may not be depicted. Please contact your local Peterbilt dealer if more dimensional information is desired.

ABBREVIATIONS

Throughout this section and in other sections as well, abbreviations are used to describe certain characteristics on your vehicle. The chart below lists the abbreviated terms used.

TABLE 3-1. Abbreviations Used

CA

Cab to axle. Measured from the back of the cab to the centerline of the rear axle(s).

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Frame rail overhang behind rear axle--measured from the centerline of tandems

FS

Front suspension height

RS

Rear suspension height

WB

Wheelbase

SOC

Side of cab

BOC

Back of cab

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OVERALL DIMENSIONS

This section includes drawings and charts of the following Peterbilt Models: 389, 386, 384, 367 SFFA, 367 SBFA, 367 HH, 367 FEPTO, 365 SFFA, 365 SBFA, 365 FEPTO, 567 and 579. The Extended Rear Window, Extended Cab and Unibilt sleepers are also included.

On the pages that follow, detail drawings show particular views of each vehicle; all dimensions are in inches (in). They illustrate important measurements critical to designing bodies of all typesntents”.See theat the“Co beginnin manual to locate the drawing that you need.

All heights are given from the bottom of the frame rail.

Peterbilt also offers .dxf files and frame layouts of ordered chassis prior to build. Please speak with your local dealership to request this feature when specifying your chassis.

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MODEL 389-131

NOTES:

1)DIMENSIONS ARE FOR REFERENCE ONLY

2)DIMENSIONS ARE TO FRONT OF 0.25” THICK BUMPER

3)DIMENSION IS 16.1” -5/8”WITH RAIL11

4)DIMENSION FRONT AXLE TO FRONT OF FRAME (FFA) IS 19.6”

5)DIMENSION FRONT OF BUMPER TO FRONT OF FRAME (BFF) IS 11.4”

FIGURE 3-1. Model 389-131 Top & LH View –Overall Dimensions

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MODEL 388-123

NOTES:

1)DIMENSIONS ARE FOR REFERENCE ONLY

2)DIMENSIONS ARE TO FRONT OF 0.25” THICK BUMPER

3)DIMENSION FRONT AXLE TO FRONT OF FRAME (FFA) IS 19.6”

4)DIMENSION FRONT OF BUMPER TO FRONT OF FRAME (BFF) IS 11.4”

FIGURE 3-2. Model 389-123 Top & LH View –Overall Dimensions

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MODEL 386

NOTES:

1)DIMENSIONS ARE FOR REFERENCE ONLY

2)DIMENSIONS ARE TO FRONT OF BUMPER

3)DIMENSION FRONT AXLE TO FRONT OF FRAME (FFA) IS 35.6”

4)DIMENSION FRONT OF BUMPER TO FRONT OF FRAME (BFF) IS 14.0”

FIGURE 3-3. Model 386 Top & LH View –Overall Dimensions

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MODEL 384

NOTES:

1)DIMENSIONS ARE FOR REFERENCE ONLY

2)DIMENSIONS ARE TO FRONT OF BUMPER

3)DIMENSION FRONT AXLE TO FRONT OF FRAME (FFA) IS 35.6”

4)DIMENSION FRONT OF BUMPER TO FRONT OF FRAME (BFF) IS 12.0”

FIGURE 3-4. Model 384 Top & LH View –Overall Dimensions

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Model 367SFFA

NOTES:

1)DIMENSIONS ARE FOR REFERENCE ONLY

2)DIMENSIONS ARE TO FRONT OF 0.25” THICK BUMPER

3)DIMENSION FRONT AXLE TO FRONT OF FRAME (FFA) IS 19.6”

4)DIMENSION FRONT OF BUMPER TO FRONT OF FRAME (BFF) IS 11.4”

FIGURE 3-5. Model 367 SFFA Top & LH View –Overall Dimensions

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Model 367SBFA Sloped Hood

NOTES:

1)DIMENSIONS ARE FOR REFERENCE ONLY

2)DIMENSIONS ARE TO FRONT OF 0.25” THICK BUMPER

3)

DIMENSION FRONT AXLE TO FRONT OF FRAME (FFA) IS 35.6”

4)

DIMENSION FRONT OF BUMPER TO FRONT OF FRAME (BFF) IS 11.4”

FIGURE 3-6. Model 367 SBFA Sloped Hood Top & LH View –Overall Dimensions

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Model 367SBFA HH

NOTES:

1)DIMENSIONS ARE FOR REFERENCE ONLY

2)DIMENSIONS ARE TO FRONT OF 0.25” THICK BUMPER

3)DIMENSION FRONT AXLE TO FRONT OF FRAME (FFA) IS 35.6”

4)DIMENSION FRONT OF BUMPER TO FRONT OF FRAME (BFF) IS 11.4”

FIGURE 3-7. Model 367 SBFA Heavy Haul Hood Top & LH View –Overall Dimensions

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Model 367SBFA HH FEPTO

NOTES:

1)DIMENSIONS ARE FOR REFERENCE ONLY

2)DIMENSIONS ARE TO FRONT OF 0.25” THICK BUMPER

3)AVAILABLE IN 22.4” OR 31” FEPTO AND WITHOUT FEPTO (31” FEPTO SHOW

FIGURE 3-8. Model 367 SBFA FEPTO Heavy Haul Hood Top & LH View –Overall Dimensions

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Model 365SFFA

NOTES:

1)DIMENSIONS ARE FOR REFERENCE ONLY

2)DIMENSIONS ARE TO FRONT OF 0.25” THICK BUMPER

3)DIMENSION FRONT AXLE TO FRONT OF FRAME (FFA) IS 17.6”

4)DIMENSION FRONT OF BUMPER TO FRONT OF FRAME (BFF) IS 11.4”

FIGURE 3-9. Model 365 SFFA Top & LH View –Overall Dimensions

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Model 365SBFA

NOTES:

1)DIMENSIONS ARE FOR REFERENCE ONLY

2)DIMENSIONS ARE TO FRONT OF 0.25” THICK BUMPER

3)DIMENSION FRONT AXLE TO FRONT OF FRAME (FFA) IS 35.6”

4)DIMENSION FRONT OF BUMPER TO FRONT OF FRAME (BFF) IS 11.4”

FIGURE 3-10. Model 365 SBFA Top & LH View –Overall Dimensions

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Model 365SBFA FEPTO

NOTES:

1)DIMENSIONS ARE FOR REFERENCE ONLY

2)DIMENSIONS ARE TO FRONT OF 0.25” THICK BUMPER

3)AVAILABLE IN 22.4” OR 31” FEPTO AND WITHOUT FEPTO (31” FEPTO SHOW

4)ADD 4” OVERALL CAB HEIGHT FOR FULL PROFILERAMEHEIGHTRAILS (85.5”)

FIGURE 3-11. Model 365 SBFA FEPTO Hood Top & LH View –Overall Dimensions

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Model 579-123

NOTES:

1)DIMENSIONS ARE FOR REFERENCE ONLY

2)DIMENSIONS ARE TO FRONT OF BUMPER

3)DIMENSION FRONT AXLE TO FRONT OF FRAME (FFA) IS 35.6”

4)DIMENSION FRONT OF BUMPER TO FRONT OF FRAME (BFF) IS 13.8”

FIGURE 3-12. Model 579-123 SBFA Top & LH View –Overall Dimensions

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Model 579-117

NOTES:

1)DIMENSIONS ARE FOR REFERENCE ONLY

2)DIMENSIONS ARE TO FRONT OF BUMPER

3)DIMENSION FRONT AXLE TO FRONT OF FRAME (FFA) IS 35.6”

4)DIMENSION FRONT OF BUMPER TO FRONT OF FRAME (BFF) IS 13.8”

FIGURE 3-13. Model 579-117 SBFA Top & LH View –Overall Dimensions

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Model 567-121

NOTES:

1)DIMENSIONS ARE FOR REFERENCE ONLY

2)DIMENSIONS ARE TO FRONT OF BUMPER

3)

DIMENSION FRONT AXLE TO FRONT OF FRAME (FFA) IS 35.6”

4)

DIMENSION FRONT OF BUMPER TO FRONT OF FRAME (BFF) IS 11.3”

FIGURE 3-14. Model 567-121 SBFA Top & LH View –Overall Dimensions

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Model 567-115

NOTES:

1)DIMENSIONS ARE FOR REFERENCE ONLY

2)DIMENSIONS ARE TO FRONT OF BUMPER

3)DIMENSION FRONT AXLE TO FRONT OF FRAME (FFA) IS 35.6”

4)DIMENSION FRONT OF BUMPER TO FRONT OF FRAME (BFF) IS 11.3”

FIGURE 3-15. Model 567-115 SBFA Top & LH View –Overall Dimensions

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SLEEPERS

TABLE 3-2. Sleeper Dimensions

CAB TO SLEEPER

CAB TO

OPENING

SLEEPER DIMENSIONS

SLEEPER

STD CAB

ULTRACAB

D = DISTANCE FROM BTM OF FRAME RAIL TO TOP OF ROOF

GAP

58"

58"

72"

72"

MODEL

"A"

"B"

"A"

"B"

44"

LOW

HIGH

LOW

HIGH

78"

80"

"E"

389-131

49.0

59.0

59.0

59.0

81.7

83.5

99.3

83.3

99.4

101.6

N/A

2.3

389-123,

386, 384,

49.0

59.0

59.0

59.0

83.7

85.5

101.4

85.3

101.5

103.7

N/A

2.3

367, 365

579, 567

49.0

68.1

66.5

68.1

83.7

85.5

N/A

N/A

101.8

N/A

106.3

1.8

SLEEPER LENGTH "C" =

36.0

48.0

48.0

63.0

63.0

70.0

70.0

FIGURE 3-16. Sleeper Dimensions –Front & LH View

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CAB – 1.9 m CAB FAMILY

Models 389, 388, 386, 384, 367, 365

FIGURE 3-17. Cab Dimensions 1.9 m Cab Family

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EXTENDED CAB – 1.9 m CAB FAMILY

Models 389, 388, 386, 384, 367, 365

FIGURE 3-18. Extended Cab

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FRAME RAILS

Frame rail configurations are shown in FIGURE 3-19. Frame height, flange and structural values can be found in the Body Mounting Section.

FIGURE 3-19. Frame Rail Configurations

NOTE: The outserted frame section does not extend through the rear suspension area.

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FRAME HEIGHT CHARTS

FIGURE 3-20. Frame Height

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