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Hey all. I work for Werner her in Omaha (a driver since '99 and now a desk jockey). I got one of the snap 359 kits and during a walk through our museum, inspiration struck. Thought I might share the pics I took for reference with you all. If I can be of any help for other pics of our trucks, let me know.

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Thanks for sharing these. I am working on the same kit as a side project, so thanks for the shot of the frame, it helps as far as running the air lines.

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If you need more, holler up. I thought about rolling to hood to get some shots, but didn't want to get in trouble...

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If you need more, holler up. I thought about rolling to hood to get some shots, but didn't want to get in trouble...

NO, no. Don't get in trouble :D , but another shot or 2 of the air lines at the rear of the frame frame another angle would be cool. Could you get some of the KW as well? Thanks for offering, and taking the pix you have taken thus far. I learned something, too. I never knew they had orginially been from Council Bluffs, IA.

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Here is a Linky to my photobucket with some more pics. I got a bunch of the Cummins under the hood of the Pete and some more of that KW for KW. I tried to roll the hood on the KW, but even I didn't have enough butt to get it done. Maybe next trip! :angry:

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