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Murph
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This came off a 214, the guy says it will fit on a 318, I find that hard to believe.

Can somebody help me out here,
 

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new nut but loving it
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:howdy:

I am definately not an expert... but are the cabs that Cozy made very simular with the only different being the brackets to attach them to the machines. :dunno:

I have never owned one... but would like to.:praying: :D
 

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The Magnificent
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From what I can see, no.

More pictures would help, but I'm not seeing it clear the filler neck in the rear.

Not sure which manufacturer this is, but it's not the Femco. JD parts catalog 4250 details it.

There was a Cozy, OTC, and Femco (and it seems like one other) made for the 300 series.
 

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Lawn Boys Never Die
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I had a 200 series I was told was for a 318. Here is what I encountered. The filler neck was no a problem. The frame was not wide enough for the dual brakes, it would fit, but made it difficult to use them. Like I said the frame was not wide enough for the 318. Do yourself a favor and find the proper cab, alot less headaches in the end.
 

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Murph
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Thanks for confirming, I found it hard to believe a cab off a 214 would just plop right on a 300 like this person claimed.
 

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The Gate Keeper
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From what I can see, no.

More pictures would help, but I'm not seeing it clear the filler neck in the rear.

Not sure which manufacturer this is, but it's not the Femco. JD parts catalog 4250 details it.

There was a Cozy, OTC, and Femco (and it seems like one other) made for the 300 series.
Would Danco be the other one?
 

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new nut but loving it
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Like I had stated I am not an expert... :banghead3

This is my I love this website. Even though I grew up on a model 68 RER it has only been the last three years that I have been the nut I am for the Deeres. I am continuing to draw on all the members experiences and knowledge.

A great big :thanku: to all the members who post here. My education continues...:thThumbsU
 

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Murph
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Like I had stated I am not an expert... :banghead3

This is my I love this website. Even though I grew up on a model 68 RER it has only been the last three years that I have been the nut I am for the Deeres. I am continuing to draw on all the members experiences and knowledge.

A great big :thanku: to all the members who post here. My education continues...:thThumbsU
:ditto:
 

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Actually that looks like the 318 cab. Can't tell based on the single picture but the front of the cab that was made for the 318 had the extended steel at the bottom of the front window.

I have a similar cab that came off a 216 and other than the canvas at the brakes it fits fine. Since the canvas wasn't made to cover 2 pedals it will end up being open until I decide what to do.
 

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deerhed
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Thats a tough pic to work from but it LOOKS like a 300 series cab to me!
Then again, I am pretty challenged at times hahahaha

I have fabbed a few cabs this year and wouldn't let the dual brake thing stop me... I'd just fab something up... after all it's only the last 12" of frame that would get in the way yes?
But...it can be a PITA to modify things! Cabs are getting pretty scarce! I'd grab it and if I couldnt make it work I'd resell it for a profit! hahahahaha

But...it does LOOK like the TY cab for the 300 series from the pic!!!!
 

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deerhed
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And...its tough to see in the pic but thats the later cab with the metal front end with the bigger windshield that flips up. MUCH nicer than the older version which has a small shield and tons of vinyl.
Look closely youll see a triangular piece of metal coming from the frame near the bottom left...thats the metal hood bonnet cover thingy that the vinyl attaches to!!
Man...that's gotta be a 300 series!!!!
 

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Murph
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And...its tough to see in the pic but thats the later cab with the metal front end with the bigger windshield that flips up. MUCH nicer than the older version which has a small shield and tons of vinyl.
Look closely youll see a triangular piece of metal coming from the frame near the bottom left...thats the metal hood bonnet cover thingy that the vinyl attaches to!!
Man...that's gotta be a 300 series!!!!
Any idea how much its worth?

I don't need a cab but It's a package deal so I'd probably just sell it.
 

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Here is are some pictures of a cab on a 322 which takes the same cab as a 318.




 

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deerhed
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Its worth what you can get! hahahaha
Up in Upstate NY it's worth $400-$500 this time of year.
I've sold 3 this year and got at least $400 on each. The newer style (which that one has) is more desirable due to the metal piece that meets the hood (as opposed to vinyl) and it has the bigger windshield.
$450 all day long.
 
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