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    Well this is what I came up with for my dads Tractor















    Last edited by Timber; 09-17-2012 at 08:18 PM.
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    That works! Good forward thinking with adjustability
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    Default Re: Step for my dads 7610 Kubota

    I wanted to make it removable and also be able to lift it higher when the ground clearence is needed. It will also be good to make attachments out of Reciever material.
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    Default Re: Step for my dads 7610 Kubota

    Nice work. I like the adjustable height option.
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    Hey Timber, just wondering if you should add some additional steel where the vertical piece attaches to the horizontal step. If your dad should place his weight on the step closest to the REAR tire I wonder if the welds would or could break? Placing his foot at the rear most position on the step would create a lot of force to bend or break it. Just a thought. Wouldn't want your dad to use the step and for it to fail which could cause him some injury. I like the design feature you came up with too! Stanley
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    Default Re: Step for my dads 7610 Kubota

    Looks good, get some of that anti skid step tape. Most hardware stores sell it.

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    Default Re: Step for my dads 7610 Kubota

    Quote Originally Posted by srs View Post
    Hey Timber, just wondering if you should add some additional steel where the vertical piece attaches to the horizontal step. If your dad should place his weight on the step closest to the REAR tire I wonder if the welds would or could break? Placing his foot at the rear most position on the step would create a lot of force to bend or break it. Just a thought. Wouldn't want your dad to use the step and for it to fail which could cause him some injury. I like the design feature you came up with too! Stanley
    I think it is plenty strong enough, I welded the 2 pieces of box tubing at 90 degrees all the way around. The foot plate I welded to the horizontal box tube and the vertical tube. I'm not concerned it will fail.
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    Default Re: Step for my dads 7610 Kubota

    Looks Good. You've inspired a project!

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    Default Re: Step for my dads 7610 Kubota

    sounds good, thanks.
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    Default Re: Step for my dads 7610 Kubota

    Some anti-slip device on the flat plate would make it a bit better. A foot slipping off that slick plate could cause some serious damage. Other than that, great job. Hard to believe kubota didnt put a step on that tractor. About how high is it off the ground to the platform.
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