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Cozy EZ Cab tailor-made for utility tractors

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| October 24, 2012

Custom Products of Litchfield Inc., (Custom Products) has created a factory quality cab in a knock-down cab design.  Utilizing Cozy Cab’s proven easy installation the EZ cab can be installed in three hours or less. Custom Products can custom design an EZ cab to fit your tractor platform.

The EZ cab shell includes front windshield, roof, tubular side frames and rear panel that all bolt-together to form a solid all-steel design, optional vinyl or deluxe steel doors can be added. The cab body and roof are powder painted to match your tractor color scheme. Tinted tempered safety glass is used throughout the cab. The EZ cab is designed to fit with many factory attachments. 

End users can purchase the EZ cab as an open cab shell or may add economy or deluxe doors. A host of accessories are offered to further customize the cab. Components are packaged in flat cartons for economical warehousing and shipping.

Custom Products currently markets EZ cabs through its Cozy Cab line fitting several brands including: Case IH Farmall models 30B, 35B, 40B, 50B, New Holland Boomer models 30, 35, 40 and 50, Kioti models CK25, CK27, CK30, CK35, McCormick models CT28, CT36, CT41, CT47 and Landini models 2840, 3640, 4140 and 4740. The EZ cab concept works well for all compact utility tractors. Custom Products can further customize this concept to fit the needs of OEMs. Bobcat dealers can source the EZ cab design directly from Bobcat to fit their models CT225, CT230 and CT235.

 

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