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Nice day here, so decided to play with the new cab. Decided to try out the backhoe door. Tilted the seat and released the two levers on the bottom of the door. Outside grabbed the two handles and raised and lifted the door right off. Spun the seat around and all is good. Should be a good fit with the backhoe on. Made one small adj on one of the bottom door catches. Reverse the procedure to reinstall the door. It privets in like scar door with a push for the lever locks to catch. Should work out well, now I wish I didn’t bury the hoe in the back barn.
 

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Looks Good wish I had one right now But I'll have the new version on a 2025R By the end of this year But Hopefully it will be by this summer.:bigthumb:
So how do you like Your Curtis?
Do You Plan On leaving the Cab on year round ie remove doors, rear Panel and Front windshield like some member have done?
 

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Looks Good wish I had one right now But I'll have the new version on a 2025R By the end of this year But Hopefully it will be by this summer.:bigthumb:
So how do you like Your Curtis?
Do You Plan On leaving the Cab on year round ie remove doors, rear Panel and Front windshield like some member have done?
So far very,very pleased. As with anything , room for small improvements. Wish it had a one piece floor Matt , better seal around pedals ( there is none) ect. High points are inside space, visibility , solid structure , super heater , sliding windows front and rear in the both doors. Front glass opens at the bottom, with nice latches. Had heard that Curtis now uses powder coat for paint. Paint finish looks great.
As for summer, that’s a toss up. Removing all glass should be easy. I took side door off in 4 minutes, rear backhoe window /door 5 minutes. Front window, looks like unplug wiper, 2 gas shocks lift off ends. Then 2 top thru glass bolts, (2 man work). This should work for summer mower, loader , tiller and backhoe. Front loader hyd hookup is a bit awkward, now takes on the ground, reach around unhook front two lines to get to inside lines. Wish I had a single point hookup.
Besides the heater connections the rest is only nut and bolt work. We shall see .
 

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Looks awesome :thumbup1gif:

(I'm jealous)
 
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