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    I have a bobcat open cab I want put a vinyl kit there are about 300 bucks but not sure if it's worth it? Does anyone have one good/bad?

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    which one?

    Default Re: Cab kit

    I have wondered the same thing. My concern is the formation of fog/ice on the inside of the clear vinyl without a defroster in cooler temperatures.

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    Had a vinyl cab on a 2000 751, it was great to get out of the wind, I put a small 12 volt heater in it and it was just fine, could work in a sweatshirt, without the heater it never did fog up. But sold that and got a T190 with a factory cab! But if you do buy a vinyl cab get the bobcat brand, pay the extra and it fits right!
    Bobcat CT235 with Deere Imatch, And a very bad addiction of attachments

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