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    Default Re: Added a sunshade for TS this morning

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    Default Re: Added a sunshade for TS this morning

    Looks great. Really like that. Can you tell me where you got it or what brand it is? I would like a shade like that which curls down the side.
    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Added a sunshade for TS this morning

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim75 View Post
    Looks great. Really like that. Can you tell me where you got it or what brand it is? I would like a shade like that which curls down the side.
    Thanks!
    I picked it up at tractor supply for less than $150
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    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Added a sunshade for TS this morning

    I'll take some close up pictures this morning to show you how I mounted it. It is designed to be mounted with or without a ROPs. Mine was foldable and had a bracket with predrilled holes that made it a very simple installation.







    Last edited by Timber; 05-28-2012 at 08:10 AM.
    Kubota B7800, Sundown Loader Forks, Landpride PHD, Sundown 66" Box Blade, 800 pound Ballast Drum with chain storage, ATI Grapple, 60" WR Long Diverter, Landpride Brush mower, 7' Landpride Rake,Manlift platform, Bucket mounted 6' Snow Plow, 3 point Cherry Picker, Subsoiler

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    Default Re: Added a sunshade for TS this morning

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim75 View Post
    Looks great. Really like that. Can you tell me where you got it or what brand it is? I would like a shade like that which curls down the side.
    Thanks!
    Snowco is the company that distributes this item. It is a universal sunshade and the design is such that I believe it can be mounted on anything. I mounted mine on the roll bar but their are instructions to fender mount it if want. The instruction are very vague at best.



    What I did was fold the ROPs down and it exposed the top hole in the hinge plate on the roll bar. The bottom hole is in front of the lower 1/2 of the roll bar but I could slip the wrench and nut up between the 2 and fasten the lower bracket. To top bracket I put through the back side with the fender washer provided. The entire installation took about 30 minutes

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    Default Re: Added a sunshade for TS this morning

    I went out and cut my neighbors field to try out the new top in pure sun. It worked out well but my knees got a little burnt. I over heated the tractor a bit. Seems I filled the radator and grill screen with grass seed.
    Kubota B7800, Sundown Loader Forks, Landpride PHD, Sundown 66" Box Blade, 800 pound Ballast Drum with chain storage, ATI Grapple, 60" WR Long Diverter, Landpride Brush mower, 7' Landpride Rake,Manlift platform, Bucket mounted 6' Snow Plow, 3 point Cherry Picker, Subsoiler

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    Default Re: Added a sunshade for TS this morning

    Good looking installation.

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    Default Re: Added a sunshade for TS this morning

    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
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