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I would like to know the reason the right side door of the mauser cab does not have a gas strut installed similar to the one on the left door. In videos that I have watched it looks like it is common practice to not have one As part of the install.
 

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Mine did not have one installed on the right door when I got it from the dealer.
 

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I did find out that the right door strut is purposely not installed. But, it can be installed if one chooses to do so at a later date.
 

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Mine came from the dealer with the gas shock on it..............But I hardly ever use the right side door other than to clean the cab.............
 

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The right side door on cabbed equipment is there for only one reason - emergency egress after a roll over or other situation where egress to the left is impossible. So a strut or other device is unnecessary.
 

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$160.00 for the 3 pieces that make up the assembly. My 1025r did not have one and the door wont stay open without it.
 

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Did you order from John Deere to get the parts?
Yes. the JD parts catalog. The " bracket kit" is just the silver spring, a silver pin and an end cap and is crazy expensive but if you consider the whole assembly as one price it isn't too bad.
HF610030320Gas Operated Cy1$92.98
LVA23913Bracket Kit1$63.74
LVU13739BRACKET1$3.96
 

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Yes. the JD parts catalog. The " bracket kit" is just the silver spring, a silver pin and an end cap and is crazy expensive but if you consider the whole assembly as one price it isn't too bad.
HF610030320Gas Operated Cy1$92.98
LVA23913Bracket Kit1$63.74
LVU13739BRACKET1$3.96
the parts are actually listed in the " cab frame" section and not part of the doors.
 
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