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 01-01-2005, 11:56 Post: 103245
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Well the first winter has begun with my new baby (2210). First lesson learned whas that it can get extremely cold out there without an enclosure. Here in southwest MI, gotta stay up on the lake effect snow or have 3-5 feet to deal with. Anyone with ideas on enclosures for the 2210 toy...oops mean tool. Thought the missus was looking over my shoulder.






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 01-01-2005, 12:07 Post: 103246
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Well you have a wide range of options from building your own (seen one out of plywood, screws, and metal top) to purchasing an entry model cab, perhaps from Original Cab with the link shown below. Apparently, you can get the entry one for around $600-$700 and the sky is the limit through Deere directly, i.e., 3K, but very nice.






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 01-01-2005, 12:23 Post: 103248
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Thanks for the input, I checked out the website and it did have the one you spoke about. Although no pictures were available. Not sure of who else manufactures the enclosures, seen one out there from Curtis also. In any event, mister frozen face here will be purchasing something by next week, or my ears and nose may come off and bounce on the driveway otherwise. Suspect I will probably be leaning toward one of more nicer units. I say that now, before the real boss in the house knows about it....Laughing out loud






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 01-07-2005, 12:30 Post: 103745
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email me and I will get you a photo






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 01-08-2005, 21:59 Post: 103841
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Wildbill,
I too have gotten a pretty cold face pushing snow here in Nebraska. I'd like something for my 2210 also. I found a site for Femco company. They make fully enclosed cabs and also make a nice enclosure called a weatherbrake. It is canvas with plastic windows. It doesn't have a top. Protects from direct wind. They have one made just for the 2210. There is a picture of one on their web site.
I haven't contacted them for a price yet. In previous discussions here I learned there can be a problem with your breath fogging up the windows in a fully enclosed cab. Perhaps this type of enclosure is just the way to go, it wouldn't have that problem, yet keeps the wind off you. I'll try to see if I can post their web site here, never tried that before.

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 01-09-2005, 15:45 Post: 103857
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I went and looked at the website, looks like they will have what I am looking for assuming it is for a 2210. I sent them an e-mail and look forward to their response. I am going to look at the wind break also. However, I am usually out in it for 30-40 minutes at a time. I guess I could dress up as eskimo, but then it might be a little warm. Thanks for the input.

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 01-09-2005, 22:29 Post: 103874
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I sent Femco an email this morning also. I'll let you know what info I recieve from them.






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 01-16-2005, 15:24 Post: 104332
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I put a Curtis soft side on mine with the Curtis heater. No fogging and warm enough for shirt sleeves down to around +10, then a light jacket is fine. I do 10 driveways at a time for my neighbors and am out for 2 hours or more.

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 01-17-2005, 10:20 Post: 104366
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Wildman1: How easy is it to remove and install your Curtis Cab? Do you leave it on all year? -34 here this morning. Not fun without some protection.






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 01-18-2005, 06:45 Post: 104407
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The curtis cab is easy to put on and take off. about an hour and a half but the windshield is awkward and heavy so you may want to have two people.






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