MichaelTJD60: Nice 110 but you can't let it idle that low, they have a slinger for an oil
pump so if it idles too low there's not enough pressure to get the oil to
all the parts of the cylinder and you will burn that Kohler up.
Johndeere110: How do you put your gas into it with the cab on the hood? my john deere 110
gas tank is under the hood
mineus3: @flurpy123 I suppose I could, but one issue with that is the doors would
stick out a couple feet behind the tractor then. I'd also have to bungie
the doors together so they would swing all over the place when I turn
1944johndeerel: my 210 starts just that easy even in the dead of winter. cant say that much
for most modern machines with the epa carbs.
318dodgeN350camaro: how do you put gas into it
Jake Wind: Hey I would like to know how you mounted your doors.
Jod Bronson: Very nice job :), just a little boxy :(
mineus3: Hey, I used door hinges from a hardware store
welded the hinges through the bolt holes instead of bolting them on. Then I
took an angle grinder and ground off the bottom part of the hinge pin so
the pin would pull out from the top so I can remove the doors whenever I
want to. When I want to re-install, I just hold the doors in place and
slide the pin back through the holes.
Brians4x4Life: Awesome! i want to build one for my WH C160 now so bad! I have a welder
just need the metal and plan it out. I really like yours. I love how you
can keep it on and remove the doors. It would be cool to remove the window
in the front as well in summer. :) anyway you got me thinking... I am about
to buy a original cab company one so I will use that for now but making a
more sturdy one like you is better in my opinion. Add some tunes in there!
mineus3: @1944johndeerel - I have a 116 that doesn't even come close to starting as
easy as the 110. I'm sure the newer ones with all the epa garbage are even
more tough once things start getting worn out.
Androu01: Wow, quite nice. I am searching a snowblower for a John Deere 110 same as
your (1974 or 1975). Have you any suggestion to find one near Canada
(province of Quebec, Montreal). Thank !
youroldbuddy1: Wow do I love the design of how you built that cab.
mineus3: @flurpy123 I used the same as all the other skins. Underlayment. It is
wood, but I have multiple coats of paint on it, and it's always kept in the
garage so it should be good for many years. Even if the roof gets old, it's
only like $15 to re-do it.
Jacob Wilhelm: I really like your tractor cab and i want to know how you built it because
i want to build one for my plowing tractor
mineus3: @Brians4x4Life Thank you for the comment! I like to draw up plans too, but
I have found it easier for myself to just "go with the flow" when I am
building. Plans always look great on paper, but rarely turn out for me. I
just start building, and design as I go. Just a tip, add more windows than
you think you need. It is really nice to be able to see what or who you are
about to run over =)
Alex Peterson: DO you have your Plans on how you built that I could copy or borrow so I
can build one for my 65 JD 110??
SikuProductions32: Wow nice How much t/min can it!