Hi fellow Lawnsite enthusiast. I come here and find useful information all the time. Thank youfor allthose who share yourexperienceto help us along. Lastyear I bought an F-Superduty off a guy that said it only needed a cab mount for short money. Afterbuyingthe truck I sent it directly to my cousin shop. Low and behold a cab mountwas theleast of its worries, damn. We replaced the clutch, slave cylinder, hubs, brakes, shock, fuel pump, windshield wiper motor, all eight glow plugs and harness, two new batteries, fabricate brakets for the shocks,and grease everything. The total parts came to about $2,000. The truck is a blast to drive now, but I still need a cab to seal the deal. Here my situation; In the past I've owned a Chevy r30(heavy dump truck, well considered light duty) and an 84 f-350 diesel dump with a heavy duty suspension. To make a long strory shortit costs about $1100 to insure these vehiclees commercially with a personal split. I went to my agent yesterday and I wastoldthat it would be in the tune of $4200 to insure this truck. I gasped for air courtesy of my asthma pump and then askedif I could register it for lesser weight at 10,000lb which would keep it under my existing policy. Is there something I am missing? I want to finish the truck since I put so much into it. Plus, it has a trans brake, which it awesome. I posted some pictures.