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    Default Newest Tractor Modification

    I put these on my Kioti to keep the birds from sitting on the roll bar and pooping on the seat and toolbox. So far this is the best 'modification' I have done on my tractor.
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    Default Re: Newest Tractor Modification

    Mighty expensive mod just to keep birds away

    In all honesty, I never woulda thought of that, good thinking.
    Don

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    Default Re: Newest Tractor Modification

    And you don't have to lower them when going into the shed!

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    Default Re: Newest Tractor Modification

    Here's an easy, inexpensive modification that might save you grief in the future.

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    It's a piece of expanded metal screen that I attached to the ROPS on my 5525 using hose clamps. Prevents stuff flung up by my mowers from bashing me in my backside.

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    Default Re: Newest Tractor Modification

    You must have some powerful big birds that they can't sit between them?

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    Default Re: Newest Tractor Modification

    Just little birds, but they don't like hitting their wings on the ties, so they land elsewhere.

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    Default Re: Newest Tractor Modification

    Flusher that is a excellent Idea, when I brush hog I get hit once in a while with debris, you can bet that will be on my tractor tomorrow afternoon.

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    Default Re: Newest Tractor Modification

    I love it!

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    Default Re: Newest Tractor Modification

    Couple of great ideas!

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    Default Re: Newest Tractor Modification

    Thanks for the info, learn something new every day, well today anyway.

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