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1105,1135,1155 cabs

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01-21-2008 18:09:47

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I've never been in one of those cabs, and I would like to know about them. Do they keep AC in them easily? Are they fairly quiet or do they rattle your teeth out? Good creature comforts? Do they hace good visibility, especially out front and back and in the right corner (such as can you see a lowered three point disc mower out the side, uour crop rows in front, or the planters in back)? Sorry to be ignorant, but scounting for a large framed cab tractor for tillage and a second spray tractor. Thanks in advance.


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01-24-2008 17:22:49

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 Re: 1105,1135,1155 cabs in reply to JoshuaGA, 01-21-2008 18:09:47  
Anyone else. Really like our 1100 and want an uncomplicated tractor. any other suggestions, ideas, opinions.


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01-21-2008 18:31:11

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 Re: 1105,1135,1155 cabs in reply to JoshuaGA, 01-21-2008 18:09:47  
I run 2 1135 7500 hrs. on one and 18800 on the other. They are probably the same noise as a 86 series IH. Heaters have alweays worked great a/c can be cold if you keep the top (under the white roof)clean of dirt but they are fairly easy to service the a/c I do my own with no problem. If you want reduce noise most comes from firewall and under foot throttle pedal. Visibility is average I shread spray etc. etc. with mine no problem.

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