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Figure 36A. Remove the drag link from the pitman arm on the steering box.
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Figure 38. Install the driver's-side front blast deflector (P/N 106717-1).
II106700-5
Rev. B
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Figure 37A. Drill the holes for the Front Blast Deflector in the bottom of the
fender support.
NOTE
Drill through the bottom of the fender support only. Do not drill through the upper
surface of the fender support.
4. Using a right-angle drill and a 3/8-in. drill bit, drill through the 1/4-in. pilot holes
previously drilled into the driver's-side fender support. (As an option, the
vehicle's front wheels can be removed to access this area.)
5. Using a right-angle drill and a 5/8-in. drill bit, drill through the 3/8-in. pilot holes
previously drilled into the driver's-side fender support.
NOTE
Doubler Plates (P/N 106719-1) are installed inside the channel of the brush
guard mount, under the cab and over the existing 3.000-in.-diameter holes. The
Doubler Plates are put in place to allow the use of attachment bolts on the front
of the driver's-side blast deflector and lower brush guard mount. Install the
Doubler Plates with the slot aligned for bolt adjustment forward and rearward.
The driver's-side Blast Deflector (P/N 106717-1) cutouts, which are on the inside
edge (engine side) of the Blast Deflector, should be positioned over the cab/skid
plate frame brace. Make certain that the rear upper cutout is in front of the rear
cab mount that is directly behind the cab.
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