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Add-On Steps For Deere Tractors
"Years ago my Dad slipped and fell getting off a Deere 4020 and broke his shoulder. I'm getting older now and decided I never want that to happen to me," says Charlie Gonya, Fremont, Ohio, who made new steps for some of his Deere tractors.
"We have 7 Deere 4020's as well as a 4640, 4250 and a 4440. The new steps I made for the 4020's are based on the steps on the 4640, with the exact same slants," he says.
Each step is made from sections of steel grate bought at a junkyard.that are supported by heavy pieces of plate steel mounted directly to the frame of the tractor. An angle brace running from the bottom step to the top on provides added strength. Gonya matched the bolt holes on the original steps to make mounting easy.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Charlie Gonya, 3379 Co. Rd. 174, Fremont, Ohio 43420.

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1996 - Volume #20, Issue #2