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Topkick Flatbed


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Hello, thought I'd share some of the work my old topkick has gone through in the last 6 months, the floors were rusted out, all the compromised material cut out and new material welded in,completely new brake lines from the master cylinders to the calipers, new axle seals front and back, the sleeper bunk isolators replaced, some engine isolators, front shocks, the cross bar for the deck slide ram on the deck itself was destroyed, had a new one fabbed , installed and reinforced, new rear 1/2 round fenders installed and new rear mudflaps/hangars too.

On the interior, the rubber floor only went as far as the front of the seat, so now has carpet from the rubber back under the seats and up the back wall of the cab, really detailed the interior and had my daughter help polish up the wheels Probably more I'm forgetting, but here are a few pics.













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TopKick's and Kodiak's were beasts. They really look and play the part of a working truck. I had one in my company's early years minus the sleeper. I bought it cheap and it served me well for several years where I sold it for the same $4,500 I paid for  it. Thanks for sharing.     R.

Randall C. Resch

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