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How does one get the hood open? Looking at the last pic, door edge has worn paint on fender, metal on fender will have a groove worn in it soon too. One will have to move the seat forward if it can move any farther. it hits the back of the cab and won't sit down flat like it needs to. No weights, no chains? No windows in sides. Only one door. A door on the right hand side is kinda unhandy, but I would want one for safety reasons. Shame there isn't any pics of the back end of this tractor. Would one be able to mount a rear PTO or three point?
 

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Hydriv said:
My discussion would be that asking five G's for it is laughable. Perhaps 3 grand but even that is a stretch.

Who wants to go next? :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh:
Low hour 4020PS and deck in what appears to be excellent condition $3,000.

Snowblower $500

Blade $300

Cab $500

$4,300 would not be a bad deal.

The cab looks like it is well made but I would want to see it before making a deal--the frameless side doors could be a problem if the aluminum sheet is too light.
 

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Any cab that is designed like that one and is constructed out of aluminum will constantly radiate a lot of COLD inside.
I'd be more concerned about it getting too warm without some vents. That cab looks like it would be a lot tighter air wise than the OEM cabs I'm familiar with and they can easily warm up too much when the temps are above -10 degrees F.
 

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Bart said:
Hydriv said:
Any cab that is designed like that one and is constructed out of aluminum will constantly radiate a lot of COLD inside.
I'd be more concerned about it getting too warm without some vents. That cab looks like it would be a lot tighter air wise than the OEM cabs I'm familiar with and they can easily warm up too much when the temps are above -10 degrees F.
I was thinking the same thing. I have to leave my back window out if it's above 20 outside or I just end up sweating like a pig driving it around.

The cab looks nicely made. Nicer than my factory one anyway. The aluminum itself is probably worth $500 all day long if you had to buy it.
 

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Bart said:
Hydriv said:
Any cab that is designed like that one and is constructed out of aluminum will constantly radiate a lot of COLD inside.
I'd be more concerned about it getting too warm without some vents. That cab looks like it would be a lot tighter air wise than the OEM cabs I'm familiar with and they can easily warm up too much when the temps are above -10 degrees F.
But this cab is sitting on a tractor that has the engine turned around backward. :lol:
 
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