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 06-27-2001, 20:52 Post: 29653
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I like others on the board have had it with my JD seat. The piping keeps coming off the back. I also want some higher back support and arms. Any ideas ? I looked at the web site mentioned in other posts and nothing for 670'SIf anyones interested I am in the process of air-conditioning my tractor and would be glad to share "where to get stuff" with othersDavid






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 06-28-2001, 07:49 Post: 29664
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If you're air conditioning your tractor I have to assume you have a cab. I'm looking for a cab for my JD 870. I'd appreciate any pointers. So far all I've found is Curtis and Sims.

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 06-28-2001, 13:14 Post: 29679
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Here are a couple of links to check out. Have never dealt with any of these companies. These should at least show you a few of the styles available. Perhaps you could also adapt a seat such as that used in long-haul trucking. Might find a used one at the local large-truck wrecking yard.
http://www.equipmentseats.com/
http://www.soonersales.com/15/cat15.htm?866
http://www.pilotseats.com/
http://ww2.northerntool-1.com/






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 06-28-2001, 19:25 Post: 29690
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Not really, I use a soft cab(insulated r-13) I live on the coast so I had a local boat sail maker do it. They make enclosures for fly bridges etc. They used a Sumbrella (sp) brand material. Works great easy to remove and looks factory installed {If they did }.The problem with the hard inclosures for me Too much cutting, couldn't use my FEL and have cab attached, etc. It was a perm install and was $2,000 My soft was $475. I used a canopy ready made (metal) $300.






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 03-10-2004, 19:56 Post: 79499
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I purchased 100 seats from www.equipmentseats.com for my tractor restoration business. My order arrived on schedule and the products I recieved were good quality. I will continue doing business with www.equipmentseats.com .






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 03-10-2004, 20:06 Post: 79500
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Tactorboy_CEO sounds like another spammer. It would be interesting to know if his message was posted from the same ISP hosting the referenced company.






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 03-11-2004, 07:44 Post: 79536
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With the pricing he was asking for his seats; I say DREAM ON! If you want to advertise, support TP and Dennis like the rest of the fine and professional advertising sponsors and purchase and ad banner.






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 03-11-2004, 09:01 Post: 79543
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I replaced my seat on my 750. Unfortunately, the standard sprung seats will not fit on these tractor. I bought a JD Yellow seat from Northern tool and modified the mounts to fit the bolt pattern. The JD replacement seat was the similar crummy Yanmar and double the price naturally.






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