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New Cab

Discussion in 'General Industry Questions' started by Global Equip, Nov 7, 2012.

  1. Global Equip

    Global Equip New Member

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    I have a customer that had hit a bridge while transporting his 1998 John Deere 410E. He only hit the cab and there is no other damage so he is looking to replace the cab but we can not find one. We have been on the internet for 3 days now looking and have come up empty handed. I need help if anybody knows of a place that may have a used or new cab. The John Deere dealer is telling me there obsolete and can not get one. Any leads will help. Thanks
     
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