New Holland Elite/Delta cab

lindberg1

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Hi guys

I looking into buying a NH T6020 Elite with loader from -09 .

I have a question regarding the cab. This tractor has the cab with the much lower plastic on top, usually found on the Delta variant. All other Elite NH I´ve seen has the beefier plastic on top, same as on TS-A
Could it really be an Elite if it has that cab , or is it just the decals somebody has smacked on it ?
The picture shows the same cab that is on this tractor, just a tractor I googled, not the one Im looking into
 

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We had a 6020 LS (loader special) that had elite stickers on the bottom of the doors.
Had the 16 speed electro command box a higher capacity hydraulic pump, bigger lift cylinders, wider tyres and a factory fitted loader. On spec it looked the bees knees. Horrible thing it was under powered on the road sounded like a bag of hammers as well as whined a lot. The loader valves were bolted underneath directly to the floor of the cab so when you used the loader it reverberated through the cab. And it's no where as nice or quiet as the standard cab to spend the day.
It's was a reliable handy tractor that would punch above it's weight on pto work though. Just flawed !
 

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