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Cab for Farmall M

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Rifman

05-04-2010 16:45:04
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Did anyone make a factory cab with heat that fit onto a Farmall M? Has anyone adapted a Hiniker or Year Around or some other cab to fit on an M? Does anyone have a picture of an M with a cab on it? Thanks in adavance. Rifman




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Charles Myers

05-05-2010 15:55:55
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 Re: Cab for Farmall M in reply to Rifman, 05-04-2010 16:45:04  
That is a picture of my 1940 H . The snow plow is all homemade. The cab is a Tokheim cab that is modified.On an original Tokheim there was canvas used on the sides. They were replaced with metal panels and automotive glass was installed in all the windows.The back has two doors that have glass in the upper portion. I installed head lights and a wiper on the front.I've had it in use for about 40 years now.
I do snow plowing for the Bob Evans Restaurant and General Store in Breezewood,Pa. I've done that for the past 12 years.

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jimmyjoe

05-05-2010 05:57:29
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 Re: Cab for Farmall M in reply to Rifman, 05-04-2010 16:45:04  

automatic cab that was on smta now on 560.



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ih560

05-04-2010 18:54:49
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 Re: Cab for Farmall M in reply to Rifman, 05-04-2010 16:45:04  
OK last one,

again from another forum, older post.

But it wouldn't link and I didn't feel like uploading it anywhere, so go here http://talk.newagtalk.com/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=149451&mid=1067452#M1067452
This post was edited by ih560 at 18:57:19 05/04/10.

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ih560

05-04-2010 18:52:15
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 Re: Cab for Farmall M in reply to Byron F. Stone, 05-04-2010 16:45:04  
More interested info, found a link to the original patent on the cab in .PDF (posted on another forum, older post)
http://www.freepatentsonline.com/2565919.pdf



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ih560

05-04-2010 18:46:52
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 Re: Cab for Farmall M in reply to Jim Becker, 05-04-2010 16:45:04  
Found some more:

from archives:

In Reply to: Farmall M cab posted by jhb on November 14, 2006 at 13:05:13:

Here are some photos I took at the Temple, TX show this past October. Both tractors were early M's, 1939 or '40. Both had Lambert brakes and wide front ends. They would have been great restorations even without the cabs.





Another Picture from an old post on another site:


This post was edited by ih560 at 18:49:43 05/04/10.

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ih560

05-04-2010 18:40:16
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 Re: Cab for Farmall M in reply to Rifman, 05-04-2010 16:45:04  
from archives:



My neighbor put together this snow blowing tractor. Not sure what the cab came from but his fitting and installation makes it look better than factory. Check out his heat curtains they really keep the cab cozy. He installs a front loader mounted snow blower run by a shaft under the tractor from the PTO. Works great and looks better. He's a whiz.

Submitted by Dick Davis, from IA

Here is another from someones photobucket account:



And here is the description to go with it , copied from redpower( posted 2007, member DJH):

the picture that you have is of a Tokheim cab. They were made by the Tokheim Oil Tank & Pump Company of Fort Wayne, Indiana. I have an original piece of sales lit. & a letter that IH sent out to the dealers explaining the introduction of the cab. The dealer letter is dated 2-26-46. My Grandfathers 46 H had one on it years ago. According to the sales lit., they cost $148.50 FOB Fort Wayne. Optional accessories were: windshield visor ($2.05) & a pair of light brackets ($2.15).
This post was edited by ih560 at 18:44:40 05/04/10 3 times.

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Rifman

05-08-2010 07:34:23
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 Re: Cab for Farmall M in reply to ih560, 05-04-2010 18:40:16  
If IH 560 is still looking at this thread, I was wondering if he would be willing to ask his neighbor what brand and model of cab was placed on that M for snowblowing. It looks like the ticket. Thanks



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Rifman

05-05-2010 14:33:25
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 Re: Cab for Farmall M in reply to ih560, 05-04-2010 18:40:16  
Thank all of you for putting up these photos. My favorite is the one of 560s neighbors snow blowing tractor. That aftermarket cab really looks great on that M!



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Wardner

05-04-2010 18:32:25
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 Re: Cab for Farmall M in reply to Rifman, 05-04-2010 16:45:04  
Photobucket

Is a H close enough? It is not my tractor and I don't think I have any more shots of it. Perhaps the owner, who is a member here, will post up some more. I can't remember his name but I think the post he put up had a few more pictures. Maybe you can find them in the archives or "Tractor Photos" in the links to the right of this page.

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