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    Added a Rear Window and Wiper to my Flex Cab I made.

    The snow would come in the opening into my face going backwards! Figured a Snow Blower will be worse? Bought some 1/4" thick Lexan and a Hand Operated Wiper Blade to keep it clean. Worked out I can still get into my 2 Tool Boxes from the Cab and use my 2 Mirrors to see the 3 point hitch and further behind me. The Rear Window is easy to remove for summer heat if needed just 3 - 1/4" Bolts. Might be nice for using the Brush Hog on the back too with possibility of flying things? Plowing Snow Backwards will be a lot better with this on the back. Should help keep the ice off the Mustache?Click image for larger version. 

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    After doing this to the cab I looked at the windshield in how to re/place it. Came up with a easy way, I can cut the center out and bolt on a new sheet cut to fit over the old edge left. That way it stays together stronger and way easier to do! Counted the bolts holding the Cab to the tractor and I used 12 all easy to undo and put back on later.
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    2016 JD 3046 R Cab, With 165 Loader / Power Angle Rear Blade / Brush Hog / Forks / Box Blade / and Tiller.

    Previous tractors: 2002 JD 4310 E Hydro, 2006 Kubota 2350, Both gone to new homes.

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