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Tool box in on loader

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andyk1
Join Date: Apr 2004
Posts: 26 Hunterdon, Cty.,NJ
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2010-11-13          175118


I could not find a good place to mount a tool box on my Kubota L4150 (with FEL). Then I saw this idea in Farm Show magazine and have been very pleased with the results for the past year. See my photos #5 & #6. It is basically a length of pipe cut in half lengthwise and it slides into the hollow pipe cross member of the downward portion of the loader arms.

Its size would vary across FEL makes and models but otherwise it is a pretty straight forward concept.

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hardwood
Join Date: Dec 2002
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2010-11-14          175128


The fender of my 4310 Deere has a built in tool box, not real big but big enough. The bigger the toolbox the more stuff you cram in that you never use.
I have to get around with a walker that I take along in case I need to get off the tractor. The 430 loader has a little release lever for removing the loader inside the frame on the left side where I hang my folded up walker between the tractor hood and the loader frame.
Frank. ....

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