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    Has anyone removed the ROPS/Canopy on their machine? Does it come off easily after you unbolt it and discconect the wires? Did you lift off by hand or with a sling?

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    I removed my rops and canopy back in 2005 to install the Laurin cab. Not too difficult for two men to do.

    Curious why you need to remove it?

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    Want to put it in the barn for the winter but door is only 8 ft high. The ROPS extends down into the frame. Wondering if it was a tight fit. My number 1 project for next year is to build a shop with 12 X 12 doors in it. You say you put a cab on yours. How do you like it? Was it difficult? How much was the cab? Does back window open up for backhoe work?

    Thanks for the info!!!

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    I have the Laurin eclipse cab on mine andreally like it. No regrets so far will have had it for eight years this coming Feb. Not to difficult to install, took a full day to remove the existing rops and install the cab complete. I paid $7500 for the cab IIRC back in 2005. The rear glass is removable and has a place to store in the cab. I have only removed it on a couple of occasions where the sum was shining in my face and I was against a house wall in the shade. Just couldn't see well enough to dig safely. For the vast majority of my work there is no need to open or remove the rear window to use the hoe. The cab is very spacious but noisy compared to my 4520 but is just as comfortable imo. You can take the backhoe and rear glass section off just as you can remove the backhoe you have now. The rear glass can then be put on the main cab to complete the enclosure. Good versatile set up I think. The Laurin cab is the same height as the existing rops you have now, so I recommend the tall doors.

    Here's a link to Laurin's site have to wade thru the dumpsters but they make a cab specific for the 110tlb. John-Deere (110 TLB) | Laurin inc | Cabines, canopes et compacteurs pour tracteur et camion

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    Thanks for the info. I am havin difficulty getting the front bolt on each side of the rear ROPS removed. Little access. Can only get a wrench on it. Can't get leverage on it. Will use a pipe tomorrow!!! How did you get them loose? Sending you a pm.

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    Don't remember the specifics on removing the bolts for the rops but I do have a good set of large tools. My 110 was brand new at the time so the bolts were not frozen up.

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    Romoved a metal support and was able to get socket on the two bolts. Got them out. ROPS is off and 110 in my barn for winter.

    Thanks for your help!!!

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    Can you talk some photos of tractor with ROPS off, I would like to see what it looks like.
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    Sure will!!! Will get some pics this weekend and post for you. It seems a bit weird w/o ROPS.

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    I bet it does, mine will not fit in my buildings and would like to come up a system to take the ROPS and canape off easy. Or build a new building
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