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When I bought my original tractor cab I was expecting it to be a little more ridged. I thought if I take this off and put it on season after season it will never last. So I took some measurements of the cab sitting on the tractor and decided to make a stand that would support it during the off season and also make it easier to store since it would be mobile. I had the wheels so it was fairly cheap to make. Maybe 30.00 dollars, and this is what I came up with and I must say it works very well.
 

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When I got my original tractor cab I thought it would be a lot more ridgid. I knew if I take this off and put it back on season after season it will never last so I took some measurements of the cab sitting on the tractor and this is what I came up with. I must say that it supports the cab very well and makes it very easy to store in the off season since I can move it around if needed. I had the wheels already so it was very inexpensive to make. Maybe 30.00 in all.
 

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Great idea! :bigthumb:
 

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Looks good and provides a practical storage solution. I can't tell you how many for sale ads I have looked at over the years where in the pictures the cab was lying in a heap in the corner of a garage, barn, etc., which is always discouraging about it's overall condition.
 

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Threads merged and edited.

Jerry, please start only one thread per topic, make it very confusing having multiple threads in different forums on the same thing.
 

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I Appolligize

Kennyd, sorry for the screw up but that was my first time trying to put something on this site and I had a hard time trying to figure out how to attach a photo to my post. I will try and not let it happen again. Thanks, Jerry
 

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Jerry Thurmes; :munch: I hate to say this but--------------------we need some pics to look at-ok. big jim:lol:
kennyd; I didn't see the 2nd post until it was too late, or wouldn't of posted! so now can I cancel my post, and how? thanks
Kennyd, sorry for the screw up but that was my first time trying to put something on this site and I had a hard time trying to figure out how to attach a photo to my post. I will try and not let it happen again. Thanks, Jerry
No worries guys, I took care of it:good2:
 

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Mine has been sitting on its roof all summer in an unused corner of the garage but I think I would rather see it hanging from the ceiling a little less likely to be damaged

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Just curious, what model cab do you have?

have a 1025R and I am looking at relocating to Wisconsin and might need some cover during the winter.
 
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