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Old 09-14-2017, 05:16 PM
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Haha it has a fan but I tried mowing with the cab and it's very noisy and hot. Cab had not been off the machine since 1989 when the dealer put it on. I'll probably put it on a lower optioned super and leave it on all year with the snow blower.
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1989 Cub Cadet 1872 w/3pt rear pto
1988 Cub Cadet 1872 in the rebuilding process and pf loader build
Attachments, 450 snow blower, hard sided Sims cab, brinly cat 0 disk, plow, cultivator, rear blade, haban 54 blade, Haban 440 hd sickle, Haban 60" deck, CC 50c deck, cat 0 CC model 48 tiller
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Old 09-15-2017, 10:08 AM
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I never used it and probably won't. I purchased it for show. I know, I know, it was made to be used but I don't have anywhere to use it.
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Haha it has a fan but I tried mowing with the cab and it's very noisy and hot. Cab had not been off the machine since 1989 when the dealer put it on. I'll probably put it on a lower optioned super and leave it on all year with the snow blower.
Nice Todd! Yeah, I try to use the stuff I buy... at least that's how I justify buying the things I do... One of these days, I'd love to stop by and see your "show" items!

Kwitzke, you could always just send that cab and snowblower my way if it's too noisy and hot... I'll put it to good use!
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I'll hang on it for a while haha just won't try to use it when it's over 90° again.
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1989 Cub Cadet 2072 w/3pt
1989 Cub Cadet 1872 w/3pt rear pto
1988 Cub Cadet 1872 in the rebuilding process and pf loader build
Attachments, 450 snow blower, hard sided Sims cab, brinly cat 0 disk, plow, cultivator, rear blade, haban 54 blade, Haban 440 hd sickle, Haban 60" deck, CC 50c deck, cat 0 CC model 48 tiller
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Old 09-17-2017, 07:30 AM
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That's definitely super sweet! Awesome, awesome setup!
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