(SEE FIGURE 3)
insert the ends of the base leg tubes into the upper
(SEE FIGURE 4)
Raise the tractor seat and remove the seat springs and
the four bolts from the rear fender using a 1/2" sockeL
Place the base leg tubes onto the rear fender. Attach
the front support brackets to the front holes in the
fender reusing the bolts that were removed. If seat
springs were mounted to front holes, see note below.
Do not tighten completely.
Attach the base bracket and the seat springs to the
rear holes in the fender using the new 5/16" x 1" bolts
(E) and 5/16" flat washers (H) supplied with the Snow
Cab, If seat springs were mounted to front holes, see
note below, Do not tighten completelyo
Tighten the nuts and bolts that fasten the base leg
tubes to the base bracket and front support brackets,
Center the base leg tubes on the rear fender and then
tighten, using moderate force, the bolts fastening
the base bracket and the front support brackets to
the fender, Overtightening the bolts may damage the
threaded holes in the fender,
PROCEEDTO STEP 8 ON PAGE 7
NOTE: If seat springs were mounted to front holes, use
5/16" x 1" bolts (E) and 5/16" flat washers (H) to attach
seat springs and front support brackets to front holes,
Use origina! bolts to attach base bracket to rear holes,
5/16" x 1"'
HEX BOLT (E)
5/16" WASHER (H)
(SEE FIGURE 5)
Attach the right base bracket to the front holes of a
base leg tube that does not have a flattened end,
using two 5/16" x 2o3/4" carriage bolts (A), two
spacers (J) and two 5/16" nylock nuts (G). Make onty
finger tight. Repeat for the left base bracket.
5/16" x 2o3/4"
5/16" NYLOCK NUT (G)
(SEE FIGURE 6)
Insert the ends of the base leg tubes into the upper