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01-28-2017 20:19:21

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I just purchased a jubilee. Does anyone make an aftermarket tool box that is under the left foot rest. Thanks for the help. Ed

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01-30-2017 08:35:53

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 Re: jubilee tool box in reply to 400dtractorman, 01-28-2017 20:19:21  
mine is always full of dirt and straw!

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01-30-2017 06:57:29

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 Re: jubilee tool box in reply to 400dtractorman, 01-28-2017 20:19:21  
The Correct Police won't like my mentioning this, but quite a few folks put an 8N running board there (it fits perfectly and looks correct) and then bolt a bigger and more practical toolbox to the left fender.

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01-30-2017 18:59:27

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 Re: jubilee tool box in reply to Teakettle, 01-30-2017 06:57:29  
I was curious how my neighbors naa had what appeared correct running board yet no toolbox that explains it!

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01-29-2017 18:26:52

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 Re: jubilee tool box in reply to 400dtractorman, 01-28-2017 20:19:21  
I took some metal, used metal brake and mig welder. I made one the size of the original. I regret not making it bigger.

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Ed in Northern Va

01-29-2017 03:19:00

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 Re: jubilee tool box in reply to 400dtractorman, 01-28-2017 20:19:21  
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Only $149.95!

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Tim Ploughnman Daley

01-29-2017 03:16:28

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 Re: jubilee tool box in reply to 400dtractorman, 01-28-2017 20:19:21  
The only one licensed by FORD to repop the NAA running board with toolbox is Dennis Carpenter. JUST8NS sells his parts too as the founder was DC's QC man when he first started making tractor parts. Most all tractor parts suppliers now sell them too but they all mark up the prices a hefty percentage. Best to buy direct from DC or JUST8Ns. Though it sounded like a good design idea at the time, the Ford Tractor NAA toolbox in the running board proved to be a mistake. They would eventually rust out and also tools would be lost when bouncing over fields. Click on da LINK below...

Tim *PloughNman* Daley(MI)

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01-29-2017 00:07:26

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 Re: jubilee tool box in reply to 400dtractorman, 01-28-2017 20:19:21  
Dennis Carpenter does. Complete step with the lid and the box, or just the box to be affixed to the step. But, as you probably know, for those of us trying to keep a little of the old running, you better check with the financial director before ordering. Not smart enough to furnish a link.

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