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Deere 4020 Fitted With New Steps
“The steps on Deere 20 series tractors are too high for almost anyone to use comfortably so I added a couple that make it much safer to climb on and off the tractor,” says Roger Keller, Pomeroy, Ohio, who attached new steps to both his Deere 4020 and 3020 tractors.
  He replaced the tractor’s single step with two larger, nonskid steps. Each step is made from expanded metal or sections of steel grate supported by an angle iron bracket, which bolts onto the tractor using the original bolt holes. The top step is 16 in. long by 9 1/2 in. wide and the bottom step is 12 in. long by 9 1/2 in. wide. Two vertical flat straps run from the sides of the top step down to the bottom step.
  “I’ve built the steps for six other local farmers who own Deere 20 series tractors. They all say they don’t know how they ever got along without them,” says Keller.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Roger Keller, 34856 St. Rt. 7, Pomeroy, Ohio 45769 (ph 740 985-4434).

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2013 - Volume #37, Issue #2