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Cranky Motorsports
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I put my Soft cab on Ebay, if anyone on here is interested, PM me. I will end the auction if anyone wants it.
 

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I could use the money- I try not to be selfish with my hobbies, I know my wife would like some spending money, and I would rather have or build a hard cab. I could use some of the money to buy angle iron for the frame, and I have a tone of sheet metal and plexi glass all ready. Besides, I have been snow blowing without a cab for 20 years... it's not a necessity
 

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I could use the money- I try not to be selfish with my hobbies, I know my wife would like some spending money, and I would rather have or build a hard cab. I could use some of the money to buy angle iron for the frame, and I have a tone of sheet metal and plexi glass all ready. Besides, I have been snow blowing without a cab for 20 years... it's not a necessity
Whatever happened to that cab you used to have, wooden I think. Was a nice cab.
 

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Whatever happened to that cab you used to have, wooden I think. Was a nice cab.
I sold it for $50 last year to a kid to put on his John Deere. It was nice, but it wasn't attached to the tractor very well, and it was hard to get into and out of.
 

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I sold it for $50 last year to a kid to put on his John Deere. It was nice, but it wasn't attached to the tractor very well, and it was hard to get into and out of.
Looked good, getting in and out is important lol. I wanna make one for mine to. Not till I build a new garage or big shed or something.
 

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Any way it could be shipped?
It would cost way too much... the pieces are pretty big, and I don't have instructions to put it back together. Sorry.
 

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It would cost way too much... the pieces are pretty big, and I don't have instructions to put it back together. Sorry.
James, Earlier today, I scanned the manual for the 1978 Hardtop cab, andd added it to my site. I think that the frame is pretty close if not exactly the same.

Here's a link.

1978 Sears hardtop vinyl cab manual

Dave
 

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Hi GT 80 I would dearly love to buy your cab but it's a little to far to drive for pickup. Good luck with the sale.
 
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