Thought the same thing when I bought my first cab 11 yrs ago. The one on my 1025r is now 4 yrs old still looks like new. For me the worst part has been the frame work. I admit I keep the frame work on year around. I noticed when I ordered replacement parts last year the company had made several changes and IMO for the better. :bigthumb:
The Original cab. I tested it with heavy rain and blowing 4" of snowy slush. 34 degrees outside, and about 30MPH wind. I was nice and dry and comfortable with a light jacket. I wish the material was thicker but when the day comes that it has ran it's course I will bring the panels to my boat canvas guy and get some much better quality pieces.... I tied my heat set up at 9 degrees, 5MPH wind, engine off, and no sunlight to help with warming. It took about 5 minutes before I turned it down. You would when you hear my true "Red Neck" heat; you will hear nothing but banjoes but hell it works goo enough to take the edge off the cold.
And to think it wasn't just a month ago they couldn't wait for the snow. :lol:Being a Scrooge this year, tractor has been bad this past month hasn't left garage to plow snow.:lolol:Oh wait Thankfully we haven't had any snow to plow.:bigthumb::lolol:
Sorry for those who probably are getting tired of snow all ready.:munch::hide: