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Re: Another one of my ladies joined the cause today

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Very few of the Fords came with factory A/C.I put the J.D. top on my old one years ago and used a Gleaner F2 condenser mounted on the side of the combine.The J.D. top cost me a total of $200 out of a junk yard and had the evaporator,blower,lines ,etc all in the top.It was a quick easy cheap way to put A/c on but the top was not the best fit.The headliner had to come out to make the top fit the Ford cab and so to this day it does not have a headliner.On the second one I had access to a 782 I.H. cotton picker top that was going to be scrapped and after measuring it was almost perfect for the Ford cab except for it was about 10 inches longer front to back than the Ford cab.The back panel on the I.H. cab is just spot welded in so I cut it loose,cut the top to the right length and spotted the panel back in.The I.H. top has a headliner and even has the factory radio but it is a LOT harder to get to the evaporator to blow it out or wash it out than the J.D. top is.I can have the evap out of the J.D. top in ten minutes to wash it out but the I.H. top will take at least an hour.The I.H. top really fits nice and unless you know what you are looking at you really wouldnt notice that it didnt come on the combine from the factory.

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