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    Default b7800 steps

    First time posting. I am interested in putting a step to mount my B7800 kubota and noticed a recent posting about this same matter. Does anyone know of somebody that would fabricate this so I could mount it?

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    Default Re: b7800 steps

    Quote Originally Posted by jerry moss View Post
    First time posting. I am interested in putting a step to mount my B7800 kubota and noticed a recent posting about this same matter. Does anyone know of somebody that would fabricate this so I could mount it?
    Back around 6/6/2007 thare was a thread that had pics of a man's fabrication with explanation. I know the date because of the date that I saved the pictures. A search within this timeframe may result positive for you.
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    Default Re: b7800 steps

    I would look at adapting one off of another model such as the B3300.
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    Default Re: b7800 steps

    Give this thread a Look. FOOT STEP B2710, B2910 & B7800


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    Default Re: b7800 steps

    Everybody's different. My B3300 came with a step and one of the first things I did was to take it off. I knew if I left it on, sooner or later I'd hook it on something and end up tearing up the step and the two points it mounted to; one of those being the foot deck. The dealer said most people take them off the smaller tractors. I understand the need some have for the step, I'm just saying it's funny how different people have different wants/needs. Like the saying goes, different strokes. Jerry, where you located. I don't want to get rid of the step from my B3300 (in case I need it when I get old, about a year from now ) but if you are close; you can borrow mine to see if one could be adapted to your tractor. From the link ronjhall provided, it looks like there are pretty inexpensive.
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