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Homemade Steps On 3010 Deere
Bruce Burns, 0935N 1100 E., LaGrange, Ind. 46761 (ph 219 367-2455): "I built these steps in less than 2 hours on my 3010 Deere. I've been crawling on and off 10 and 20 Series tractors since they were new. This step is a great improvement, especially getting off. Wish I'd thought of it 35 years ago.
  "What I did was to remove both existing steps. Then I took a piece of 2 by 2 by 7-in. steel tubing and drilled holes in it to match the holes where the steps were mounted. Next, I take a piece of 1/2-in. thick strap iron, 22 in. long by 2 in. wide, and make a bend at 12 in. Weld the piece of steel tubing to the back side of the L-shaped strap iron, about 5 in. from the top. Finally, turn the existing Deere steps upside down and weld them to the top and bottom of the ŠL'. And then bolt the whole assembly to the tractor."

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2000 - Volume #24, Issue #2