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|Brad||Anyone know of a step I could adapt for a 300 utility? It is just a little too high for and old fart to get up. Saw some on ebay(allis) that might work but is there a farmall one I could use?
|IHTimmy||That sounds like a good Saturday project with a friend with a cutting torch and a welder and some material and maybe a 12 pack of beer or pop
|brad||I think you nailed it, just hoping there was a bolt-on step with maybe some hole drilling. Thanks anyway.
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