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I installed a cab this week on a M2. Glass windshield with wipers, hard top, hard rear panel with sliding glass, hard doors w/ mirrors, acc panel and rear view mirror. As soon as the heater is available it's getting that also. All in all it's a decent cab and everything works together like it's suppose to. I haven't seen one fully enclosed yet so I thought I would share a pic of it.

 

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Looks great. How about a picture of the rear panel.
 

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The back is 2 piece. The bottom you remove the back rest and mount into place and then the top gets attached to it to complete it.





 

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Before anyone asks what's sticking out of the passenger door it's the access to the fuel tank. They separated the filler from the cab when the door is shut. If I got in and out of that door a lot I think I would remove it and block off the hole in the door. It kind of gets in the way.



 

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That fuel fill boot is interesting to say the least. Is that all the farther the doors hinge open in that setup?
 

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Full cab on my M2 also.

I have a full cab like yours also. The passenger door rattles a bit and required it to be removed and that pesky half bracket on the frame had to be bent with tape rapped around the frame to stop that. There are a few air leaks around the brakes and accelerator pedals that I plugged along with the ones by the small windows in front of the doors. Still waiting for the heater but there is an aftermarket heater made in Iowa. You can find it on E-Bay. After riding in a full cab on a Rhino and not being able to talk because it was so loud in there, this cab is quiet. Very happy with the overall fit and finish.
 

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Moose, the door will open until it's about straight out from the cab. A little farther would have been nice but it works.

There are a lot of little air gaps to seal. I had some foam insulation with hard backing (liner for tractor cab) that I used in a few of the places. I will let the customer continue with the sticky foam provided if he desires for the other very small places. These cabs are nothing like the DFK cabs I have installed on the BigRed but those was more of a permanent cab system.
 

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Interesting. I'm waiting for the soft doors to come (to go with my 4 Place hard-top, glass windshield, wiper, rear curtain, and heater).

I'm thinking that the current fuel-fill is a non-event with those soft doors…..right?
 

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Yup,

I like that back window.

Thanks for posting the pictures, somebody want to tell my wife what I want for Christmas please?
 

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Yup,

I like that back window.

Thanks for posting the pictures, somebody want to tell my wife what I want for Christmas please?
I suggest taping photos and part numbers to milk jugs, cell phones, her car dash, mirrors, and coffee maker. Perhaps she will reward your persistence.
 

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Welcome to the forum seulater. That is all hondaline products available through your dealer or various online places.
 

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I still haven't put my doors on yet, figured this close to summer I wouldn't need them. This is the second snow storm we've had this month, maybe I should re-think that plan...
 

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Can you please confirm that this is the official honda hard cab? I am looking at going up to the P700 from a P500 but cant get aftermarket parts for a reasonable price in NZ so am hoping the honda OEM parts make a fully sealed cab.
 
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