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 08-30-2004, 18:42 Post: 95006
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Look for new pics of the TC33DA with a full cab enclosure tomorrow. They are very well constructed.






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 09-02-2004, 19:17 Post: 95409
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I have the pics of a TC33DA with a full steel Sims cab in my pics take a look the are pretty nice. I have more of the inside if you are interested in seeing it.






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 09-02-2004, 20:23 Post: 95420
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That looks like a pretty nice cab. Is that cab sold by Sims as an aftermarket product or did NH OEM it from them?

BTW, cute little girl, is that your daughter?






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 09-02-2004, 20:31 Post: 95421
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The cab is aftermarket. There is really no Assembly required. You just lift it on and bolt it down. Quite pricey though.$3,000 not including heat.

Yep that is my girl she will be 4 next month time flies when you have kids.






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 09-03-2004, 08:58 Post: 95458
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Thanks oneace,
Nice cab!
Now if I could just find 3K on a money tree somewhere.....
Tim






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Yeah no kidding. I say go with an L series Kubota and get an air tight a/c heated filtered cab for the same price as NH tractor and Sims cab combined.






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 09-06-2004, 21:39 Post: 95739
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Oneace - I considered getting the stock kubota enclosed cab when I bought my L3130 but then it is permanent. I am thinking about buying one of these sims cabs though for it. Where would I have to drill the holes on my Kubota to install that cab? Second question is how / where do you mount the heater unit?






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This cab used hole already there. He did not order it with heat so i do not know where that would be located. I do believe that they are mounted on the roof/ceiling but am not sure. Total install time was about three hours. It comes fully assembled. You just lift it up drive under it and lower it in place.






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