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    Have You Seen this? Homemade Cab?

    I found this looking for a used imatch, and I thought it would be interesting to 2x10 and 2x20 owners

    http://www.mytractorforum.com/showthread.php?t=52500
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    They did a nice job on that cab.
    I have more ideas than ambition.


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    He definitely did a good job on that cab. Making one for my yanmar, -impossible.
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    Holy smokes! Somebody's good with sheet metal for sure! Looks like it's designed to come apart easily at the end of the season, too!

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    Hey,,, sheet metal guys, why not make a bunch of these and ship e'm out. Easy to box up. We could get our local glass company to do their thing. Find a parts supplier for the heater, lights and wiper set up. Great bolt together project. Let's put Americans back to work.

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    I have the design software; but no access to various makes and models of tractors to get reliable measurements, let alone make prototype cabs.
    I have more ideas than ambition.


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