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Finished this up last year and had to take the bed off this year for some upgrades and I could finally get some good pictures of the setup.

It came off a '98 international 9300 sleeper. The dimensions were perfect for the F-750.










 

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Nice adapting the International parts. Is the front mount just the rubber bushing and it has sufficient give for the movement?
 

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Yes, the front mounts are the thick round ones with the steel on the outside. I'm not sure what's on the regular f550 and smaller trucks. I'll get a pic of the front mounts when I get a chance.

There seems to be plenty of give for the movement......no problems with that.

I love messing with these 650/750 trucks. You can adapt all kinds of stuff from semi's and the stuff is usually cheap from the wrecking yards.

It cost $200 for the air ride setup, bolts, and new monroe shocks for it.
 

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Neat work, bet it's great to ride in for a bigger truck,what the next project.
 

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I'm also putting in air ride on my 06 f750 cat/Allison can't tell if yours is a crew cab.
Worried about too much cab flex by removing the middle mounts
Thx for any info
 

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Hey it’s Lee I saw your air ride cab conversion on a F-750 I have a crew cab 04 650 what all modifications did you have to make beside getting the used air ride cab assembly off the international 9300 ?
 
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