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brooksdr
I just picked up a simplicity powermax. It has no 3 point or pto but does have a complete hard cab(first one I have seen) and hydraulic angle dozer blade. I am going to paint it and wondered if the decals are still availble. What is a good price to pay for a running fixer upper? What are the nicley restored ones selling for? I will post some pics as soon as I can. Thanks

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brooksdr
I am sorry about the dark pics it was late when I took them. The tractor does have a rear pto and 3 point but it is missing the 3 point arms. The blade has only hydraulic lift not angle. I already started stripping the jd green and yellow paint off.(it was painted with a brush yuk [V] ) On a better note...The tractor runs great and I like the high floation ags on the back!!!! The hard cab is a nice touch also. Has a lot more room than I first thought. All that was wrong was the drive belts where slipping. I ordered a new matched set of two from the dealer. I still have had no luck finding the "system 9020" decals. Dealer said "no longer available". I am hoping someone can shed a little light on this...

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D-17_Dave
I'd love to see some more pics of the hard cab, like how it seals around the hood and seat and foot rests. I have a hard cab off a 420 JD and I'm hopeing to find a way modify it to fit. I don't know why???lol I just thought I'd try to rig it up.

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HubbardRA
That looks great. I'd like to find one like that. That would fit in perfect with the ones I currently have. Good Find!! If it were me, I would go for a full orange-red paint job and put AC decals on it. With that cab, I just think it looks more like one of the full-size AC tractors. If you can't find the decals, then take some good pictures and measurements of the original decals. Then take these to a local lettering shop that does vinyl decals. It may be a little costly, but at least you can get reproduction decals made.

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CleanBee
Dave, that cab is made by Saf-T-Gard. They usually have a tag inside the back rail along the roof that they were made for Simplicity or Allis. I'm pretty sure these cabs are designed to be ROP's like the Saf-T-Gard roll cage for these tractors, they sure are heavy enough. This is the second one of these I've seen; the other hard cabs I think were from Cozy Cab. These cabs are insulated and very form fitted, practically seals air tight on my Allis.

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