dual culti visions on a B model

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dual culti visions on a B model

Postby cwillisff » Wed Jul 22, 2015 10:18 am

I seen a tractor that had 2 steering wheels side my and dual seats so you had culti vision off each side. Was this a feature you could get? I have pictures but it says they are to large to attach if someone knows how I can upload them let me know please.

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Re: dual culti visions on a B model

Postby Barnyard » Wed Jul 22, 2015 10:28 am

That was not available from IH. Many people have built similar tractors so a passenger could ride along in parades and such. Some add just the extra seat while others get more elaborate.
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Re: dual culti visions on a B model

Postby gitractorman » Tue Sep 22, 2015 12:50 pm

Yep, as Bill said, somebody has added the left hand setup. It's really common on the B/BN tractors because the seat mounting hardware from the right side (factory seat) can be bolted in place on the left side using all the factory hardware. Then all you need to do is fabricate a little platform and you have a good spot for a passenger. The B/BN are the only ones that it's so easy to do, with almost all factory hardware, so they really look like they came from the factory that way. The neighbor across the street has a BN setup that way, just so his wife can ride along in parades.
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