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    Default Re: Added a sunshade for TS this morning

    Quote Originally Posted by MotorSeven View Post
    That looks really nice and a great price. However it's lifespan on my tractor would be about 15 min before a tree reached out it's paw and destroyed it. I was able to explode the original ABS one....now I have steel
    Yea I tend to limb my branches up over the ROPs on my tractor anyway. I have had to many encounters with them moving around the property. My lawn tractor also has a sunshade on it as well and that one hooks onto every little branch so I got busy with the chain saw and took care of all those problems.
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    Default Re: Added a sunshade for TS this morning

    Quote Originally Posted by Timber View Post
    Yea I tend to limb my branches up over the ROPs on my tractor anyway. I have had to many encounters with them moving around the property. My lawn tractor also has a sunshade on it as well and that one hooks onto every little branch so I got busy with the chain saw and took care of all those problems.
    How did you mount a shade to your lawn machine?
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    Default Re: Added a sunshade for TS this morning

    Quote Originally Posted by murphy1244 View Post
    How did you mount a shade to your lawn machine?
    I'll take pictures of this set up this weekend
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    Default Re: Added a sunshade for TS this morning

    Quote Originally Posted by murphy1244 View Post
    How did you mount a shade to your lawn machine?
    This was also very simple. It is just a universal sunshade you can pick up anywhere. The bar furthest back holds the fram for the soft cab in the winter. This is a great little tractor







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    Default Re: Added a sunshade for TS this morning

    Ahh, just what the doctor ordered (against head aches). Nice add-on, good job. Looks great and obviously works great too (besides the 'knees' ).
    Me too, though, would be worried about trees ripping it open too soon. Got a canopy from kubota - however it's not mounted yet as I have to fold the ROPS to get the tractor into the garage.
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    Default Re: Added a sunshade for TS this morning

    Thanks Timber. Was that made for your machine or is it a doall? Where can I find one?
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    Default Re: Added a sunshade for TS this morning

    Quote Originally Posted by murphy1244 View Post
    Thanks Timber. Was that made for your machine or is it a doall? Where can I find one?
    I bought that at Lowes but I have seen them at Home Dumbo too. It's a universal sun shade. I have seen a few different ones over the years.

    [ame]http://www.amazon.com/Husqvarna-531308322-Universal-Tractor-Shade/dp/B005GWN2NO[/ame]
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    Default Re: Added a sunshade for TS this morning

    I wanted to bump this thread, I have had some enquirers on this sun shade
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    Default Re: Added a sunshade for TS this morning

    I dunno....something incongruous about that yellow sunshade. I'm sure it works well and all that but I keep getting this image of a wrestler wearing a tutu.

    With all that iron on your bucket, do you have much lift capability left?
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    Default Re: Added a sunshade for TS this morning

    Quote Originally Posted by troutsqueezer View Post
    I dunno....something incongruous about that yellow sunshade. I'm sure it works well and all that but I keep getting this image of a wrestler wearing a tutu.

    With all that iron on your bucket, do you have much lift capability left?
    The grapple? It might have cost my 100 lbs of lift but I wouldn't give it up for the world. That is the greatest attachment I ever added especially doing tree work.
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