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Are they similar to the ones found on the late model Craftsman tractors??Then yes, there is a bracket that bolts on beneath the seat that stays on the tractor. The frame for the cab attaches to that bracket. There is also a support rod at the front of the cab. This rests in a "slot" in front of the steering wheel.There are slots cut in the front of the cab for the operator to reach through to lift/lower and change the chute direction.The rear of the cab is open, so proper dress is required.

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