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Re: White Series 3 Cab Tops

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12-12-2013 08:47:36

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Is yours fiberglass? I've got a real early Series 3 and it's steel. That said,I've had real good luck with that fiberglass repair stuff if that's what you're dealing with. It's a 2 part liquid that you brush on then you put the fiberglass cloth over it and tamp it in with a paint brush. I generally use three layers when I fix anything with it. It hardens like a rock.

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12-12-2013 09:18:23

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 Re: White Series 3 Cab Tops in reply to rrlund, 12-12-2013 08:47:36  
Yes, the top is plastic on mine. I'm just planning ahead to what to do with it. You'd think they would still have these available. I called the Agco dealership and they could still price it from their catalog at 750 bucks. Then he punched the part number in and its been discontinued. I may try to locate a metal one off a salvage tractor if ya'll think it would work fine.

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12-12-2013 09:55:12

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 Re: White Series 3 Cab Tops in reply to blkeele, 12-12-2013 09:18:23  
As RR Lund said, the fiberglass is the easiest and best way to go. You need to do it before any of the original breaks out though. 3 plys of cloth will take the place of your plastic top and be stronger. Make sure on the top coat to use extra resin so you have a surface that's easy to sand without cutting into the mesh cloth.

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