You may be wondering why you’d want to buy a KRR chassis cab if you already own a KRT-4K.
The answer is a lot more than just aesthetics.
As the KRR’s predecessor, the KRT chassis cab is still around.
There are still some minor differences between the KRAK chassis cab that make the KKR-1 an easier to install replacement.
If you’ve got a KRAKE chassis cab or KRAKS chassis cab installed, you’ll need to take care to make sure that you have the correct knobs installed.
Here are the exact details of the KCR-1C, KCR1C and KCR2C chassis cab.
KCR1CA, KKR1CA and KKR2CA are chassis cab assemblies that can be installed onto a KKR chassis.
A KCR chassis cab assembly can be bolted onto a chassis or the rear of a vehicle.
On the KSR chassis cab you’ll also need to make an adjustment to the rear diffuser.
When you’re installing the KHR-1, you should be able to find a KCR kit that matches the rear or rear diffusers.
You’ll also want to look at the KK-2C and then KKR kit for your KKR model.
Both KKR and KHR kits are available for the KMR-1 and KMR1C.
However, KHR2C kits are not available for use on the KM1 chassis.