Easy Assembly steps:
Storage Bag All enclosures come with a storage back and paper or foam which should be reused between the glass to protect it from scratching during storage of the enclosures. The bag zips shut with a #10 zipper and is light weight and easy to handle.
Sliding Doors Each enclosures come with a sliding door which does not have to be removed from the tractor but instead can be either attached using Velcro or zipped into place and slid back and forth as additional ventilation or entry and exit from the tractor are necessary. Each Velcro flap can be rolled out of the way so it does not impede into the zipper area when zippers are used. This patent pending design is unique to CoverMyTractor products and makes for a user friendly experience in not having to find a location to store the door.
U-Zips w/Tie Down Straps The front and rear windows come with a u-zip sections that can be zipped in both directions to allow for as much ventilation as you desire and can be used as a clear visibility area in inclement weather. The straps that are used to roll up and secure the u-zip portion of the window store away on snaps when not in use.
Engine Collar The engine cowling is surrounded by an elastic pocket that is used to seal the area from air around this area.
Visibility Our engineers focus on maximum visibility and due to their knowledge of driving tractors view the optimum locations to include glass. We review both front and back operation and light positions so it is safe for on road driving. The triangular reflector is the responsibility of the user since in some applications the enclosure will cover some of this feature.
Ingress and Egress The doors are designed for maximum entry and exit from the tractor. The storage of the doors on the sliders make this a engineering challenge on some tractor models. We do everything it can to support the largest opening it can for the user.