The cabs are commercial grade with fully welded steel frame construction, ideal for construction contractors, landscapers and municipal workers.
The quick-release backhoe cab easily converts the TLB to a tractor loader. The backhoe cab remains with the backhoe when removed. An optional rear panel is available for non-backhoe operation.
The cabs feature front cowl windows plus a glass windshield, door and backhoe cab for 360 degree operator visibility. There’s venting on the right side half door and pop-out left- and right-side windows. A tilt-out rear panel increases air flow throughout the cab.
The cabs feature an integrated heating system (installed at the factory) with front and rear heating vents for even heat distribution. Front wiper/washer and rear wiper are included. A total seal system prevents drafts, dust and moisture from entering the cab for added operator comfort and productivity.
“These cabs are Curtis’ first step into the construction vehicle market,” said Michael Alexander, vice president of sales and marketing. “Our engineering team designed exceptional cabs, made for larger, higher horsepower tractors. It represents a significant commitment in time and resources to bring these cabs to market.”Tags: Curtis Industries, Kubota