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    Ok, so what the heck is it?

    Just curious if anyone here can see into my twisted mind.



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    Making some sort of carrier that will slide into a hitch receiver?
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    Good guess, but not remotely close.

    I'll give ya a hint: It adds something sorely missing on my tractor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Timber View Post
    Just curious if anyone here can see into my twisted mind.



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    You're making a pots & pans rack to hang from your ROPS?
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    Yup! I concur, defiantly a twisted mind.
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    Oh, there would be pots involved if this was about 40 years older.

    ROPS is correct. Objects being hung, not so much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Timber View Post
    Oh, there would be pots involved if this was about 40 years older.

    ROPS is correct. Objects being hung, not so much.
    Bracket for forward and rearward facing lights?
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    Bracket for forward and rearward facing lights?
    Thinking same thing,, for lights.
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    Bracket for forward and rearward facing lights?
    We have a winner!







    The little one in the middle in back is 18W to improve the anemic utility light Deere uses. The rest are 27W.

    I have the sides aimed out about 12 degrees. This was test-fit on Monday when I was up working on the saw scabbards, but discovered v1 with the rear lights hanging below the angle in between the two forward lights; there was a possibility to whack my melon into the lights if I was backing up on rough ground. So I brought it home and added the extension legs on the sides to bring them up and outward. I also added the antenna mount and changed the utility light from hanging below the main cross beam to up on top of it since I wanted to extend the antenna mast out the back anyway.
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    Something made of scrap steel? Perhaps a toolbox bracket?
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