If any of you guys are like me and somehow find yourself all alone when you need 4 or 5 other guys to help you take the cab off your truck project again, maybe these pics will give you and idea of what you can do to do the job yourself. I got the idea from a friend in Canada when I went up to get a partial cab from him in preparation for chopping the top on my truck. take a 2x6 or 4x4 that is longet that the width of the top of your cab upening, screw on a couple of 2x4 cross pieces that will fit just inside the cab door openings, drill a 9/16 inch centering hole on the underside of the crossbar. take your cherry picker (you have one, right?), turnb the front of the arm upside down, take the chain off and put a half inch blot thru the slot pointing upward and snug it down with a nut. run the cherry picker thru the windshield opening (make sure you have the glass out). attach your wooden crossmember you just made by sliding the half inch bolt into the 9/16 inch hole, jack the cherry picker up and it becomes a snap to remove and move your cab to where ever you want it. I added a brace to the 2x6 crossmember cause it flexed alot. pictures atached. thanks to Tom from Canada for the great idea and the permission to share it.