2000 - Volume #24, Issue #6, Page #40
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Anti-Theft Switch Kit For Skid Steer Loaders

Steve's Heavy Equipment & Diesel Service, 15830 Carver Highlands Drive, Carver, Minn. 55315 ph 952 448-2429; Website: www.skidsteerstuff.com): "Our anti-theft switch kit for skid steer loaders interrupts the circuit to the electronic solenoid that activates the fuel pump. The engine turns over but won't start. Works on diesel models only. The kit consists of connectors that plug into the existing wiring. It works better than other anti-theft wiring kits which mount between the battery cables and completely disable the engine, because the thief knows he can still use the vehicle's master switch to start the engine. Sells for $52 to $68 plus S&H depending on the skid steer model. Also works on some tractors.
  "Our door protection kit for skid steer loaders is designed to shut off the machine's loader controls whenever the door is open. Keeps the loader from accidentally ripping off the door. The kit consists of connectors that plug into the wiring between the lap bar lock switch and a switch mounted on the door. It's designed for all late-model Bobcat, New Holland, Case and Cat brands. Sells for $42 to $54 plus S&H, depending on the skid steer model.
  "We also sell a first-of-its-kind safety mirror for skid steer loaders. The 14-in. long, 4-in. high mirror has a convex shape and is designed to mount directly in front of the operator for unobstructed entrance and exit. It bolts to the overhead safety cage. A knob is used to adjust the mirror up or down. Conventional side mirrors can't be mounted on skid steer loaders because the loader arms are in the way. The mirror's convex shape gives you a great field of vision, with no blind spots. Sells for $90 plus S&H."

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2000 - Volume #24, Issue #6