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TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 BODIES AND CABS Fig. 53.  Cab Front Mounting Bracket (Left Front View) Legend for Figure 53 Key Description 1 Sill, Cab Underbody 2 Bolt, Intermediate Bracket 3 Bracket, Intermediate 4 Washer, Flat 5 Insulator, Water Type 6 Sidemember, Frame 7 Insulator, Donut Type 8 Bolt and Nut (Cab Mounting) 9 Bracket, Cab Front Mounting 10 Bushing 11 Bolt, Nut and Washer 12 Reinforcement CAB MOUNTING A   four   point   rubber   cushioned   mounting   is   used   for securing cab to frame.  This mounting has been designed to give  a  firm  foundation  to  cab  and  at  the  same  time  provide enough  flexibility  in  mounting  to  prevent  severe  road  shock from  being  transferred  from  frame  to  cab.    The  hard  rubber insulators used are maintenance free. Fig. 54.  Cab Rear Mounting (200 cm 80 Inch Wide Cab) Legend for Figure 54 Key Description 1 Plug, Button 2 Bolt, Cab Mounting 3 Sill, Cab Underbody 4 Bracket, Transmission Mounting 5 Crossmember, Cab Rear Mounting 6 Nut, Flange Type 7 Insulator, Lower 8 Bracket, Cab Rear Mounting 9 Bolt, Flange Head 10 Insulator, Upper Cab Front Mounting Both 200 and 230 cm (80 and 90 Inch) wide cabs use a cab  front  mounting  that  is  similar  to  that  shown  in  Fig.  53. Cab width mounting differences are accommodated by using different mounting holes in the intermediate mounting bracket. CTS-2714R  Page 29 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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