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    Default 400 series cabs

    I'm still looking, anyone that has a 440, 445, 450 with a cab, are they pretty quiet inside? I've driven a bobcat but not one with a cab. Drove a deere, pretty quiet, drove a kubota, they weren't bad also.

    Thanks,

    Coldfingers

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    Default Re: 400 series cabs

    Quiet is relative. It is a lot louder than a car, but not so loud you can't hear the radio or converse with someone. I don't think you'd need hearing protection, but the audiologist may disagree with that.
    Last edited by krazsk; 02-22-2013 at 09:25 AM.

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    Default Re: 400 series cabs

    I have CT335 with a Bobcat factory cab, I still wear hearing protection in the cab. Noise level is noticeable when running it at PTO speed. I've found the cab also very warm even down to -30c, which is the coldest I've attempted to run the tractor at.

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    Default Re: 400 series cabs

    Quote Originally Posted by afoster View Post
    I have CT335 with a Bobcat factory cab, I still wear hearing protection in the cab. Noise level is noticeable when running it at PTO speed. I've found the cab also very warm even down to -30c, which is the coldest I've attempted to run the tractor at.
    Sounds good, I had another guy tell me also that they aren't bad until you get up to pto speeds. I'm waiting for a quote on a 445 w/cab, the dealer wanted me to send pics of my kubota RTV 900 which I wanted to trade in on this so I did. Thanks!

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    Default Re: 400 series cabs

    I agree with the others on the noise level, they are not bad but they could be better at pto/full engine speed. IMHO they are a little better than the kubota but not as quiet as the John Deere. But still WAYYY better than a open station. -10 below zero and the fan was on low by the end of the day. In normal temps the heat is turned 1/2 way down also. CJ
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