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 07-21-2009, 21:17 Post: 164237
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Guys, anyone know where I can find an after market heated cab for a 2006 5264D?

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 07-28-2009, 07:30 Post: 164440
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I've heard of Curtis Cab Co., I don't know anything about them tho. Frank.






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 08-29-2009, 15:29 Post: 165346
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I called and Curtis Cab does not sell cabs for Cub Cadet.So Sad






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 08-29-2009, 18:18 Post: 165348
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Here's a link to a soft sided cab enclosure. As far as a heater you may need to get one made for a skid steer or smaller commercial truck--basically a hot water heat exchanger in a metal box with a 12V fan. They're on eBay.






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 08-30-2009, 22:00 Post: 165367
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Thanks for the link earthwrks. I got a quote from my dealer for $2,500. It would have a hard top,soft sided doors, heater, lights, hard front/rear windshield, wipers and lights. I just think it's a little steep.






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 08-31-2009, 08:07 Post: 165370
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The price for the one in the link was $650, plus the options right? I didn't see a heater option though. Price isn't bad considering a decent hartop or cnaopy is $450 minimum--I have nearly $700 in mine but it's top of the line and made of Kevlar and Fiberglas with automotive finish.

If you have a hardtop already, you might want to stop into a boat cover place--seing as you're in Maine--and maybe they can whip you up something. Velcro may work to attach along with some J-shaped plastic track aattched to the cover that could grip/hug the fenders or other parts.

A good-output heater is going to be crucial. I have a factory heater in my skid steer. On really cold days I can still frost the glass with my breath.






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