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#1 FrozenInTime OFFLINE  

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Posted June 22, 2014 - 01:09 AM

I'm curious, has anyone tried putting on a universal fit cab on a Snapper 1855?  I've seen one at TSC before, the one sears offers for it's GTs I think are called universal.  OR, is there somewhere I can get one for this GT?  I'm just thinking ahead about that white, cold, nasty (er... fun stuff) come winta.  I can fab one outa wood, but I'd rather not do a lot of drilling on the sheet metal of my 'tique.  I don't need fancy, just something to prevent myself from getting snowed in the face whilst working (yea, not having fun... yea...), the fabric/plastic stuff is fine.

 

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Posted June 24, 2014 - 02:00 AM

You might look into this or something similar  At least its a start I bought one like this but it is a Wheel horse and it fit like a charm on my 1855A only had to move one brace and then built two brackets that go under the foot rests and mount to the frame because I didn't want to drill holes in the foot rests

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