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post #31 of 66 Old 07-17-2009, 06:02 PM
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Re: Homemade cab.

What a beautiful cab! You should be proud! PJ



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That cab is actually much nicer than the factory Deere cab I had on my 425

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That cab is actually much nicer than the factory Deere cab I had on my 425
You guys are the best!

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MAKE ME ONE! LOL! looks nice.




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That is some nice cab for home made,great job.

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Very very nice cab ! Looks factory made
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Great work! Hands down, the best homemade cab I've seen. Great craftsmanship, simple, clean lines, functional and stylish.



I posted a thread in the snow removal section to see if any of the Sears SS guys had built a cab since I've been throwing around the idea of maybe building a cab for one of mine. I'm good with wood, but unfortunately I don't have a lot of experience with metal fab..


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Great work! Hands down, the best homemade cab I've seen. Great craftsmanship, simple, clean lines, functional and stylish.



I posted a thread in the snow removal section to see if any of the Sears SS guys had built a cab since I've been throwing around the idea of maybe building a cab for one of mine. I'm good with wood, but unfortunately I don't have a lot of experience with metal fab..
Joe, thanks. Wood would certainly work, the only comment is that is might be pretty heavy by the time you made it structurally sound.

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Very cool! (And warm in the winter!)
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Very cool! (And warm in the winter!)
Tee shirt snowblowing! It does get a bit chilly though when you're about a 1/4 mile from the home and shear a pin.

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That is the best job I have ever seen.

Great work.

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Looks to be far superior to a factory cab, very nice work. Your friend has some real talent.

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Great looking cab. The pictures of the build will be very helpful. Thanks.
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made a cab for my 2305 last year heat wipers radio lights made the winter fun.I will try to post a picture

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