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animal

01-07-2015 13:26:44




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My tractor has a Hiniker cab, does anyone make a decent cab kit for these? I would like a new headliner and floor mat if possible.




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showcrop

01-08-2015 05:45:54




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 Re: 9600 Ford in reply to animal, 01-07-2015 13:26:44  
My 9000 used to have a cab. I was just thinking about why would it be hard to lift it up a little and put in some rubber cushioning? It would have to be in the form of strips I suppose along the front and then a couple discs in the back. The only adjustments necessary would be the console mounted control linkages, but that shouldn't be hard.



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BMAG

01-09-2015 07:17:25




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 Re: 9600 Ford in reply to showcrop, 01-08-2015 05:45:54  
Showcrop mine is sealed pretty well with rubber strips, where the cab meets the hood of the tractor around the dog house. Dont get me wrong it is still loud compared to other tractors but the rubber has helped greatly. A guy could probably sound proof a cab pretty easily, it just might take a little work.



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showcrop

01-09-2015 10:01:25




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 Re: 9600 Ford in reply to BMAG, 01-09-2015 07:17:25  
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No, I'm not talking about sealing, I'm talking about putting some rubber under the front edge of the floor where the floor comes down on the casting that holds the controls, and under the two rear mounts.



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BMAG

01-09-2015 10:35:21




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 Re: 9600 Ford in reply to showcrop, 01-09-2015 10:01:25  
ahhh ok I see. My grandpa used to farm with a Ford 8000, he still has it restored and man I dont see how he is not deaf from that thing. It is probably 110 decibels inside that cab. When I get out my ears are ringing. My 9600 is a lot quieter, probably due to the cab kit and seals.



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John_PA

01-07-2015 19:43:01




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 Re: 9600 Ford in reply to animal, 01-07-2015 13:26:44  
fehr also just sells bulk material.
Some of the places that need foil faced insulation are under the dash, and under the floor. The biggest noise maker on that cab is the fact that the mounts are not rubber isolated. If you isolate the mounting points with rubber, the noise decreases dramatically. Unfortunately, the work to do it increases dramatically. LOL



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RossMN

01-07-2015 18:34:56




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 Re: 9600 Ford in reply to animal, 01-07-2015 13:26:44  
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Bern

01-07-2015 16:16:17




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 Re: 9600 Ford in reply to animal, 01-07-2015 13:26:44  
Every 9600 I've ever been in was louder on the inside than it was on the outside. I doubt you'll find anything more modern for it either.



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Fordfarmer

01-08-2015 03:53:22




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 Re: 9600 Ford in reply to Bern, 01-07-2015 16:16:17  
One of the reasons I traded mine...



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animal

01-07-2015 16:59:12




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 Re: 9600 Ford in reply to Bern, 01-07-2015 16:16:17  
I cant argue that at all...



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