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mwilke

04-16-2018 15:08:01




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Does anyone make a step to make it easier to get on a 340 row crop? Thanks!




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hayfarmer

04-16-2018 18:18:24




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 Re: step for 340 in reply to mwilke, 04-16-2018 15:08:01  
On my SMTA and 560 I wanted a way to get on from the front and found on ebay a step for John Deere 60 etc that was pretty cheap and easily adaptable



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DeltaRed

04-16-2018 18:11:52




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 Re: step for 340 in reply to mwilke, 04-16-2018 15:08:01  
I made something similar,but used a chunk of rasp bar from a combine



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WESnIL

04-16-2018 16:59:56




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 Re: step for 340 in reply to mwilke, 04-16-2018 15:08:01  
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Not to my knowledge but they are easy to make. I used 3/8 inch x 3 inch flat bar (over kill) on my Farmall 240. It mounts with to the torque tube with the common bolt for the front foot rest mount. On the Farmall 340 I used 3/8 inch x 2 1/2 inch flat bar that mounts to the transmission housing with an existing bolt about two thirds of the way back on the foot rest. A gusset and a brake pedal from a letter series tractor completes the job.

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mwilke

04-16-2018 17:27:12




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 Re: step for 340 in reply to WESnIL, 04-16-2018 16:59:56  
looks like a good plan, Thanks



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