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Made a cab for my pioneer this past winter.It's got all safety glass windows.The front windshield opens and tilts out at the bottom to allow for air flow in the summer.The rear sliding window is out of a 1/4 truck.The doors can be removed and installed in sec's.The cab has a heater with defrost vents and foot vents.
 

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They wouldn't be cheap with the amount of labor slowdryrider put into that. Nice job, except for the rivets showing it looks better than the factory.
 

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pioneering the pioneer that's what im talking about
 

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I like it better than the oem one. What kinda material did you use on the roof/rest of it? Nice Job, I want one!
 

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Very nice.
Making the rest of us jealous.
 

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I like it better than the oem one. What kinda material did you use on the roof/rest of it? Nice Job, I want one!
Material is what is on a farmer's grain Swather ,its the swather table canvas with the built in fiberglass rods.Its a very durable rubberized canvas. I believe it comes in from 42" to 44" widths.
 

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Thanks for all the compliments from everybody.
 

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I hope Honda engineers or after-market suppliers copy some of your ideas. The larger glass area in the doors and rear windows is really great. Is that a stock Honda windshield? After hearing about the dust issues I might try modifying my one piece windshield so it will tilt out at the bottom.
 

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I hope Honda engineers or after-market suppliers copy some of your ideas. The larger glass area in the doors and rear windows is really great. Is that a stock Honda windshield? After hearing about the dust issues I might try modifying my one piece windshield so it will tilt out at the bottom.
The windshield is my own design. had the glass cut at a local glass shop I can't cut inside curves. With the windshield tipping out at the bottom there is really never any dust in the cab unless your on dusty trails and following others that are making dust LOL
 
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