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    After plowing snow for the second time this year I'm ready to consider a soft cab for my B7610. Does anyone know a source for a "reasonable" soft cab to fit a 7610? $2000 for the factory one is too much for my budget.

    Hagman

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    Elite Member WayneB's Avatar
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    Default Re: soft cab

    Or Curtis Cabs. I have a soft side on my JD, works great. Plowed the ice/snow today, was very warm for a change. I'll never be without a cab again.

    Curtis - Compact Tractor Cab Systems
    JD 4210 eHydro, Millonzi grapple, Fasse valve kit, Curtis soft-side cab, Land Pride 6' blade & york rake, and a few other toys.

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    Default Re: soft cab

    On the el-cheapo, I use a golf cart cover over a Tuf-Top canopy ...was out in it today ...blocks the wind, fine ...and, I have a plug-in heated seat cushion ... some slight modifications planned before next winter

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    Default Re: soft cab

    Quote Originally Posted by hagman
    After plowing snow for the second time this year I'm ready to consider a soft cab for my B7610. Does anyone know a source for a "reasonable" soft cab to fit a 7610? $2000 for the factory one is too much for my budget.

    Hagman

    I'm in the same boat. I installed a canopy that I'm very happy with so i'm thinking of going with the golf cart cover like Joel4330. I've looked at them and I think that with some adjustments it will serve my purpose.


    PS. Joel4330 Could you put up a few photos. It might help me avoid some problems.
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    Default Re: soft cab

    I used a golf cart cover on my BX before I spent the $$ on a Sims cab. Here is the link to the project. http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/k...cheap-cab.html
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    Default Re: soft cab

    Sims has just come out with a new Yukon cab for the B7610. It comes standard with the left soft door and a right vinyl curtain to keep the price down, or you can upgrade to the dual hard doors.

    Kubota Compact Tractor Cab Enclosure from Sims Cab Depot - Models: B2410, B7510, and B7610

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    Default Re: soft cab

    Still too expensive......
    I'll be the last one to let you down.

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    Default Re: soft cab

    Quote Originally Posted by Casco1
    I'm in the same boat. I installed a canopy that I'm very happy with so i'm thinking of going with the golf cart cover like Joel4330. I've looked at them and I think that with some adjustments it will serve my purpose.
    My rig also has a canopy - so the golf cart cover was an easy add-on. The cover is sandwiched between the canopy and a piece of 3/8" plywood. It's trimmed to fit the fender edges and has some attachment strips & snaps. It all rolls up out of the way for warmer weather. Hey Dusty - is this one cheap enough?

    p.s. story on weird-looking snowblower here
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    Default Re: soft cab

    Have you looked at these. I didn't look to see if they have one for your model though.

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