Aftermarket Accessories for Utility Vehicles, Tractors & Mowers
Each slip-over style cab is patterned specifically for your tractor make and model and is built in the USA. Please note that these enclosures are patterned for and require a fiberglass canopy to serve a the structure for the enclosure. You will need to purchase a canopy if you do not have one already. This enclosure requires the TA-P200 series canopy (52" W X 66" L X 5" D). Need a canopy? Click Here! Tractor Cab Enclosure Storage Bag All tractor enclosures come with a tractor cab enclosure storage bag and paper or foam which should be reused between the glass to protect it from scratching during storage of the cab enclosures. The bag zips shut with a #10 zipper and is lightweight and easy to handle.
Tractor Cab Enclosure Sliding Doors Each enclosure comes with a sliding door which does not have to be removed from the tractor but instead can be slid back on the slide tracks into the area behind the seat where the fender. The door can be quickly opened and closed by either Velcro or zippers and slid back and forth for additional ventilation or access in and out of the Tractor Cab . Each Velcro flap can be rolled out of the way so it does not impede into the zipper area when zippers are used.
Cab Enclosure Engine Collar The tractor enclosure engine cowling is surrounded by an elastic pocket that is used to seal the area around the engine and prevent air leakage into the tractor cab.
Visibility This cab is engineered with a focus on maximum visibility and designed by engineers who know tractors. Both front and back operation and light positions have been reviewed to ensure it is safe for on road driving. The triangular reflector is the responsibility of the user since in some applications the tractor cab enclosure will cover some of this feature.
Ingress and Egress The doors are designed for maximum entry and exit from the tractor cab . The storage of the doors on the sliders makes this an engineering challenge on some tractor models. This cab was designed to offer the largest opening for user access. Easy Velcro or zippers can be used to close the driver's door for quicker access.