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New Safety Step For Deere Tractors
"Safety Step mounts on John Deere Generation II tractors, providing a safe step to stand on for fueling, checking the radiator and getting into the cab," explains Colin Craig, president of R.C. Craig Mfg., Inc., Kokoma, Ind., the manufacturer.
"The step also helps keep mud and snow out of the cab and is a place to carry rocks. While it hasn't been tested to see how much weight it can hold, it should safely support up to 300 lbs.," says Craig.
Safety Step mounts in just 15 minutes with 6 bolts. To install the 33 in. long by 18 in. wide step, you remove the lower step from the regular tractor step and bolt one L-shaped Safety Step brace to the first frame hole in front of the battery box. The other brace bolts to the frame just in front of the motor mount. Next, slide the grate into place, positioning it so the front tire doesn't hit the step.
The Safety Step sells for $114, fob the factory.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, R.C. Craig Mfg., Inc., 951 N. Co. Rd. 600 W., Kokomo, Ind. 46901 (ph 317 452-7534).

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