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    Hello;

    We just took delivery of JD 825 i with cab. We thought the JD heater was to pricey. Does anyone offer Aftermarket heaters for these units?

    thanks, nicholas

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    Quote Originally Posted by pane056 View Post
    Hello;

    We just took delivery of JD 825 i with cab. We thought the JD heater was to pricey. Does anyone offer Aftermarket heaters for these units?

    thanks, nicholas
    You mean a heater was extra in a cab????
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    Hello Mr. Murphy 1244;

    Extra??? You bet it is. I only wish I remembered the price. I'm not sure but they may haave a delux model that comes with a heater. We started out with a canopy and front windshield then ordered the doors and back glass. That's $2400.00. I checked aafter market. Many companies did not offer doors & back glass or a cab unit. Talking with folks that have after market products they are very unhappy and warned me sternly not to buy one.
    thanks, nicholas

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    I'd go to the junkyard and get a heater core, and slap a computer fan on it, add some heater hose and a switch and ball valve.
    Dan H.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CNC Dan View Post
    I'd go to the junkyard and get a heater core, and slap a computer fan on it, add some heater hose and a switch and ball valve.
    Now that's using your head..
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    Quote Originally Posted by CNC Dan View Post
    I'd go to the junkyard and get a heater core, and slap a computer fan on it, add some heater hose and a switch and ball valve.
    Essentially that is all the factory heater kits are........but at 10 times the cost!!!
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    A small personal propane space heater like a lot of folks use in a deer stand...bungee cord it some where safe...probably cheapest way...no mod, no cutting, no hoses to fool with...just food for thought...

    Rich

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    Quote Originally Posted by CNC Dan View Post
    I'd go to the junkyard and get a heater core, and slap a computer fan on it, add some heater hose and a switch and ball valve.
    Someone did that and put it in a purty box right here: Zerostart 17,500 BTU Cab Heater, Model# 700-0101 | 12-Volt Accessories| Northern Tool + Equipment


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    Quote Originally Posted by ptgdigger
    wow that's expensive! Must be the pretty box.
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    Default Re: Heat for UTV's with cabs

    Try Prosum Equipment. I don't own their heater, but I have some of their cab components (roof, glass windshield, rear window, and lights front and rear) and I think the quality is there. Since I don't have doors, I have no use for their heater.
    Their web site is none too great. You'll probably have to call or email to get real information.
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    Jim

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