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 03-10-2001, 07:05 Post: 25309
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Does any one out there know who makes cab enclosures for a JD 670. Unlike you guys in NY I am getting ready for summer and am thinking of how to air-condition my 670 has anyone already done thisDavid






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 03-10-2001, 07:21 Post: 25312
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David, The 670 Deere does not have a good cab to go on it. There are some but they are not like the new cabs you might see on the newer models tractors. Talking with the manufacturers of these cabs many are being discontinued shortly after the run of tractors is over normally within two years. This does leave the options of lliving with what you have or the fun of shopping for a tractor that has a air conditioned cab from the factory so you can sit in the back forty in air conditioned comfort and not have to listen to the kids or the better half.






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 03-14-2001, 14:12 Post: 25509
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Jodale Perry makes a hard sided ROPS cab for the 670 Deere. Call 204-822-9100 for pricing






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 03-15-2001, 12:00 Post: 25548
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Thanks ! I contacted them and the literature goes out today! This is what this board is all about.






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 03-15-2001, 16:21 Post: 25551
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Hope its ok to post my question here.. As some of you may know, my neighbor is looking at a Kubota 3710 and a TC-40. The Kubota offers a REALLY nice PRICEY cab option on that tractor. Assuming he buys the TC-40, his options are limited. I've looked at the Curtis cabs for my JD4100.. and the biggest problem I see is lack of enough front glass. The Kubota cab is like 95% glass. Almost zero view obstruction. This does not seem to be the case with the Curtis. For example, I often look off to the side, to see the edge of the bucket while plowing snow. I don't see how this is possible on the Curtis unless you press your nose against the front glass.

What other options exist?






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