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Old 16-10-12, 06:56
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I figured I should post some pics of my C15 that everyone here has been helping me with, I have a lot so there will be several posts.

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Old 16-10-12, 07:42
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And some more.
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And more pictures.
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Old 17-10-12, 04:26
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Old 17-10-12, 06:23
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Looks Great Gary, nice to see those pics!
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Hi Gary

Good to see you are taking photos as you start your restoration. There is no such thing as to many photos. They are an invaluable tool both to you and to other trying to reassemble or figure out whats missing.

With the thousands of photos I've taken over the years working on my CMP I keep finding things that I wished I'd taken a photo of while something was apart.

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nice, i like to see pics like that.

question: what is that loop for (circled in red), looks like an handle of sort, i have the remains on the floor of a pivot that might be part of that...
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The intent of the handle is to let the passenger hold on for dear life and keep from flying up to smash his skull on the roof as the driver goes over bumps much too fast (these trucks don't have very soft springs or cushy seats). It is sometimes called the Jesus handle after the words cried by the passenger over every bump. Also sometimes the "Oh shit" handle.
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The intent of the handle is to let the passenger hold on for dear life and keep from flying up to smash his skull on the roof as the driver goes over bumps much too fast (these trucks don't have very soft springs or cushy seats). It is sometimes called the Jesus handle after the words cried by the passenger over every bump. Also sometimes the "Oh shit" handle.
hahaha !! so funny....thanks for the info.
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