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Old 01-11-2019, 09:22 AM
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I like it...just need some of that pesky white stuff to play in!
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That looks great Fred..! That LED bar will light it up. I have one across my ROPS on the Kubota since the FEL hides the front lights... Night into day... and less drain.
Thanks, Yes the LED bar really lights it up. I also installed some LED headlights we had tried in one of our farm tractors that we plant with. They are more of a flood than a spot light so they did not work out in the tractor but they really light up the front of the cub. With the combination of both sets of lights I should really be able to see if I have to plow in the dark.
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That's a sweet looking rig! Nice job!
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Very nice machine!
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Thanks to all for the positive comments. I have been looking for a cab for quite a few years and when this on came up I decided to pull the trigger. I was not sure I could make it work on the super but as you can see it was a pretty easy adapt. I could lift it off the 1872 and by removing a couple of straps bolt it right on a 782. I moved it from the shop today after installing a one inch foam vinyl covered headliner and some floor mat material on the step pans and it is much quieter than the heat houser ever was. If I get a chance I plan on covering as much as the rest of the cab interior I can. I got a couple of ideas to get some heat in it but that will have to wait until next fall. I need to get the kitchen done first if I want the wife to keep me fed!!!!!!!
Since it is snowing right now maybe I can get an action shot tomorrow.
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