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JD 4020 cab

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Doug Rogers

04-15-2006 05:27:35

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I have a 1972 JD 4020 that I would like to put a cab on. Are after market cabs available and does anyone have experience doing this and if so are they any good?

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04-15-2006 07:48:07

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 Re: JD 4020 cab in reply to Doug Rogers, 04-15-2006 05:27:35  
Check with salvage yards- plenty of used cabs around for cheap. Biggest differences are physical size, and thickness of insulation. Those with 1 inch foam are quieter than half, three quarter inch. Common brands here for full size cabs were Cozy Cab, Hiniker, Year-Round. Correct mounting brackets are critical- otherwise you need to fab some. For 11 Parts Express yards, call 1-888-845-8456. In 1974, new Hiniker for a 4020 was $1300 with fan, heater, no air. Should be able to find one now for 2-300, or the right auction, I've seen them go for 50 or so. Foam to redo the interior is available by the running foot.

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R. John Johnson

04-15-2006 06:23:26

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 Re: JD 4020 cab in reply to Doug Rogers, 04-15-2006 05:27:35  
There are plenty of old aftermarket cabs out there. Some have heat, a few have air. If you want a quiet cab with heat and air, trade up to a 4230. It is a late model 4020 with some of the 4020's weaknesses fixed. The front axle is stronger for loader work, there is a high low hydraulic shift available in the quad range,wet clutch and the hydraulics do not have the supply pump shut off if the clutch is pushed in.


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