Posted by Haywood on January 23, 2009 at 16:15:40 from (220.127.116.11):
This only required a slight Modification to work on this 2008 JD 135LE.
I cut the lower tubes until there was 3 mounting holes left.
I mounted the main Fender Bracket so the tubes would tip downward, this positioned the bar vertically. Used the L brackets supplied in the Kit to mount on the front holes of the tube on each side. The front support installed as viewed in instructions, but I added some plastic fasteners to keep the support from sliding around. The Rear bar Assembly mounted farther Back than pictured for a Craftsman installation. However it was located in the proper location for a good fit. I Plan on buying some Rip Stop nylon and Clear Vinyl & sewing a panel to attach to the rear of the open cab.
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