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Hello, Just wanted to post a couple pictures of my 4020 to start off my non introduction posting. I like to look at pictures and I am sure others do as well.




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Thanks Adam for posting the pics here.

Is that an Ingersoll cab or is it from another supplier?


Did you add the linear actuator for the chute deflector or does Berco offer that as an option?


Have you had much seat time using this set up?

How does it perform in different types of snow from powder to heavy to slush?

Inquiring minds want to know. :sidelaugh:
 

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InTroubleAlltheTime said:
Adam: Your tractor is real nice. I bet that snow caster can really move some snow. I like the cab.
:222: :446: Best Regards, Rich
It does! Thanks.

Hydriv said:
Is that an Ingersoll cab or is it from another supplier? I believe it was an Ingersoll cab made by Original. The stock soft windows were cracked when I got the unit so I cut them out and put in lexan instead. Did you add the linear actuator for the chute deflector or does Berco offer that as an option?I added it. Have you had much seat time using this set up? About 3 years. How does it perform in different types of snow from powder to heavy to slush? Powder = awesome but windrow are created easy if speed it to fast due to snow flowing like water, sticky snow = excellent, and wet snow = great, just need to listen to the engine to determine proper speed for load. The only thing it will not htrow well is straight water like when I get into the constant puddle at the end of my driveway in a slush storm. I have to aim down not to put snow on my neighbors roof...literally. Inquiring minds want to know.
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bhildret said:
Very nice ...

Berco does offer an electric chute height adjuster and rotator ... complete ready to bolt on kit.

Brian
I have seen it. The spout control seems good, but the chute rotation seemed slow, and before I found out you were a dealer (literally last week) it was alot more expensive when I priced it out compared to what I have invested.

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Adam,
On the earlier 200/400 Series tractors with the steel OEM cab, there is no problem with getting adequate heat from the engines due to the flywheels facing forward. When Ingersoll turned the engines the opposite way, owners complained about a distinct lack of heat. What is your experience with that particular cab on your 4020? Do you ever feel as though you could plow snow in a T-shirt? And do you encounter fogging or frost issues on your windows?
 

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T-shirt? Definitely not. Sweatshirt when it is 20 out is no big deal. I don't need to wear gloves either. The unit gets parked in a heated garage. Though I see my breath at times I have never had it fog up on me. I think the air infiltration from all the gaps is just at the right level to aid the fogging. I would bet the biggest reason it is less warm in this soft cab compared to an old hard one is the way the lower front pieces connect. They cover over the fluid heat ex changer grill i believe (lower left side of tower from drivers seat) and force the majority of that heat outside. I have a manual wiper which comes in handy as the wind constantly changes which side on my house it wants to come around. That is the big reason for the cab more than heat. I do not like a face-full of snow. I have a skid-steer that I clean a rental property with. It has a cab and heater and that will fog up on me at times. That machine sits in a cold garage and has real glass compared to my Ingy's lexan windows. I swear I am half done most of the time before the heater is really blowing hot air on me. It has been a interesting year for weather. I enjoy the snow but I think I may have to wait some more before I get something substantial to play with.

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Looks like it might have started out as a Cozy CAB.
They OEM'd for Case/Ingy for a while IIRC.

Is the fiberglass roof mounted backwards on the struts?
 

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k0jdd said:
Looks like it might have started out as a Cozy CAB.
They OEM'd for Case/Ingy for a while IIRC.

Is the fiberglass roof mounted backwards on the struts?
I was incorrect on both counts. :facepalm:

It's indeed by Original Tractor Cab Company and the roof is mounted correctly. :oops: :oops:
 

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k0jdd said:
k0jdd said:
Looks like it might have started out as a Cozy CAB.
They OEM'd for Case/Ingy for a while IIRC.

Is the fiberglass roof mounted backwards on the struts?
I was incorrect on both counts. :facepalm:

It's indeed by Original Tractor Cab Company and the roof is mounted correctly. :oops: :oops:
Roof does look like it should be turned around I agree. I think Original put there wiper up there that why it is shaped as it is.

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I have the same Ingersoll cab on my 4020PS and the manual says that it is an Original Tractor Cab. The front top of the white top holds the windshield in. When you put the windshield in you put the bottom in and then the top part. Then the white part top goes over the top of the windshield and holds it in. As well, like Adam said, the tall front enables the wiper to be used.

Here is the same cab on near me. They must just change a few brackets and the color of the top for different tractors.
http://detroit.craigslist.org/okl/grd/2712178457.html
 

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Sadly they no longer make or sell these for CCI.

All NOS in the country has been depleted. I have checked.
 
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