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Can I get a cab for my D

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06-06-2010 20:18:06

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I have an AC-D grader without cab and would like to put an original cab on it. I"m wondering if any one has a cab for sale and what it would take to put it on. Any ideas on cost? I would also consider a whole grader to restore. Thanks

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06-11-2010 14:44:11

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 Re: Can I get a cab for my D in reply to TracTracTor, 06-06-2010 20:18:06  
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Hey just found one in Fort Collins CO, craigslist, Wants a bundle, it has hyd circle turn, no tilt is a basic MG with a homemade cab. check it out. I think 7K

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06-08-2010 15:52:52

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 Re: Can I get a cab for my D in reply to TracTracTor, 06-06-2010 20:18:06  
Pecosallis, both of those machines seem to be well equiped. Both appear to have leaning front axles and both have power circles and the one without the cab has a scarifier. I am getting mine set up to the way I want it but I am still trying to find an angle (worm) gear drive to add a power circle to mine. If I can get the angle drive with the drive sprocket on it I can fabricate everything else.
I agree that the cab does obstruct vision somewhat if you operate from the sitting position.
I was at a salvage yard in Winnipeg, Manitoba that had a couple of stripped down D graders and they both had cabs on them.

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06-07-2010 03:16:55

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 Re: Can I get a cab for my D in reply to TracTracTor, 06-06-2010 20:18:06  
Try Stephens equipment near Pittsburgh, Pa. I'll attach a reply with a link, if I can find it.

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06-07-2010 03:20:44

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 Re: Can I get a cab for my D in reply to DiyDave, 06-07-2010 03:16:55  
Here's the link

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06-06-2010 21:04:07

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 Re: Can I get a cab for my D in reply to TracTracTor, 06-06-2010 20:18:06  
dont know of anyone reproducing that cab, and there is a good reason why they are scarce today! I'll bet most were taken off a few hours into the first job, unless they were in a northern states county road commission fleet. If you want shade,get an "A-C" logo-ed umbrella on a removable pole to sit under- they come off quicker and dont obstruct your view. If you insist on a cab you could probably build one from angle iron and marine plywood by looking at some "D" sales literature for the correct styling or just find an old telephone booth.....

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06-07-2010 21:48:17

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 Re: Can I get a cab for my D in reply to aurora, 06-06-2010 21:04:07  
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Mine did not have a cab so my brother welded a frame shade with angle iron. I do freeze in the winter when I plow my mile long road. When the snow is 30" it takes a while to plow so I did need a cab. Found a complete unit with a cab, heater, side shiftable moldboard, tilt. But the engine was frozen solid (sat in a cow field for 10yrs, all wiring eaten off by cows too), so if I work roads in the summer the one without the cab is the best to see your work, but the one with the cab is great to stay warm plowing snow. See photos. The one with the cab and split rims is called the Special the yellow one is a Standard.

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