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Got busy and got the PK 1620 ready for winter work the plow blade tire chains and rear wt are all installed now I'm hoping that I don't get to work it for a couple of months :tango_face_devil:

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Like Cat says layers, and good winter clothes using the plow blade isn't bad I can do it without a cab but the snowblower is a whole different deal I have a cab that blowing sifting fine snow really gets to you and it doesn't take long here's the Power King snowblower cab combo

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Like Cat says layers, and good winter clothes using the plow blade isn't bad I can do it without a cab but the snowblower is a whole different deal I have a cab that blowing sifting fine snow really gets to you and it doesn't take long here's the Power King snowblower cab combo
Nice work on both tractors, GB!
I see the cab is a Craftsman modified to fit the PK.Do you know the model# of cab? Would like to do something like that for the JD when blowing snow.
 

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Hi lt230s, thanks the Sears winter cab is this one
https://www.sears.com/craftsman-tractor-cab/p-07124276000P
ist one I bought at the local Sears store on sale 2nd one bought off e bay they work good easy to fit other tractors that's what I like about them and it keeps the snow off you
 

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Thanks, I will keep an eye out for one.
 
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