Curtis Industries Introduces a New Cab System

By Drew Tyson July 20, 2015 23:30

Curtis Industries Introduces a New Cab System

JD 4 With CabCurtis Industries has announced the release of its cab system for the John Deere 4 Family compact tractors.

The cab was designed with the operator in mind, combining durable all steel construction with interior comfort. The cab frame, doors and roof are constructed of powder-coated, commercial grade steel for durability and long life.

This versatile cab system features a venting tempered safety glass windshield, lift-up rear panel and dual sliding glass windows for ventilation in any weather condition.

The doors are designed with extra wide dual sliding windows, and lower glass panel. The total seal doors are pin hinged and remove in seconds – without tools – for open air operation in warmer weather.
Rear glass panel lifts and is held open on two gas shocks for quick conversion to backhoe operation. Operator can control the throttle from the driver seat during backhoe operation.
The Curtis cab is fully compatible with John Deere 4th and 5th Selective Control Valve (SCV) hydraulic outlet, allowing the operator to easily add a variety of implements and attachments. The cab fits power reverser models.
The cab includes a wiper and key controlled wire harness for the wiper and one accessory. Wiper has a 172 degree sweep arm. Factory fender lights relocate easily for unobstructed lighting. Cab is color matched for factory look.
A number of accessories are available including a 20,000 BTU heater, work and strobe lights and mirrors.
The cab mounts independently of the existing factory ROPS (Roll-Over Protective Structure). Cab Installs in under four hours.

By Drew Tyson July 20, 2015 23:30
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  1. bob August 23, 01:30

    do these fit the jd955 series..do they have roll bar in cab..do you also have roll bar with canopy for jd955? do you have specs..prices etc..how soon can you get one? What’s the shipping or can you pickup?

  2. Drew Tyson Author August 25, 01:19

    Bob,

    You’ll want to contact Curtis Industries directly, at http://www.curtisindustries.net/

    Thanks

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