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Re: This Year's Project Finished: John Deere 40V (before/af

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10-15-2013 04:04:25

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Very nice job. I know the box is mounted correctly but what's the trick for operator to get in the seat with the planter box mounted where it is.

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10-15-2013 15:35:16

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 Re: This Year's Project Finished: John Deere 40V (before/af in reply to Tx Jim, 10-15-2013 04:04:25  
Right now I am crawling up the other side using the cultivator frame as a step. . . I suppose you could also come up from the back over the toolbar the way you would have on an MT two cylinder. Definitely takes the use of a couple different muscle groups to mount the tractor! To dismount I crawl up/over one of the rear tires. From afar it probably resembles falling off. Back in the day the cultivator/side dresser design probably gave function priority over convenience.

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10-15-2013 16:02:57

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 Re: This Year's Project Finished: John Deere 40V (before/af in reply to OhioTractorGuy, 10-15-2013 15:35:16  
Thanks for the reply. I can tell my disabled body could mount/dismount it.

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