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  1. #11
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    Claremont, NH
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    ck20hst

    Default Re: Home made tractor cab ?

    Will

    nice job. it looks like it will do the main job of keeping blowing snow and wind off of you. also, easy to take off for the warmer weather....
    jim
    Kioti CK20HST w/ FEL BH & 60" Blade & Prov. Puma 54" SnowBlower

  2. #12
    Elite Member WilliamBos's Avatar
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    Innisfil, Ontario, Canada
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    MF 1635 12x12 Powershuttle

    Default Re: Home made tractor cab ?

    Quote Originally Posted by jimb1724 View Post
    Will

    nice job. it looks like it will do the main job of keeping blowing snow and wind off of you. also, easy to take off for the warmer weather....
    jim
    Thanks.

    That is exactly what we thought when we heard the weather forecasts. We will make a frame like others have done, probably n the spring. The all we have to do is pull the cover over, and loop the Velcro, and we are good to go.
    Thanks,

    Will


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  3. #13
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    Kubota L5240

    Default Re: Home made tractor cab ?

    Nice job JIMB . I put the 3-M outdoor storm window kit over the roll cage of my RTV. Used the double stick tape and a little strapping tape , then the hair dryer trick and it tightend up really nice, nice and clear to look through. I left the doors open but then again I am not blowing snow with it either.
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