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    Removed my Tool Box for a Yeti

    Received a Yeti 1/2 gallon jug for Christmas.

    Removed the toolbox and mounted it to the support bracket. Than wrapped half of the holder for the jug with molle webbing. Mounting some accessories on it to hold the tools I use while Iím out and about.

    Hoping it holds up...




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    Hmmm, tractor is one stall and the Power Wheels car in the other. We now know what the importance rankings are in your household.

    I suppose you had to get the tool belt strapped on to the tractor so you could do on-site repairs and pull the jeep out of the quick sand, when it is out exploring on the jungle safari. What a dad!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dungar View Post
    Received a Yeti 1/2 gallon jug for Christmas.

    Removed the toolbox and mounted it to the support bracket. Than wrapped half of the holder for the jug with molle webbing. Mounting some accessories on it to hold the tools I use while Iím out and about.

    Hoping it holds up...




    WHOLLY SMOKES, With that hanging off the side of that tractor, I seee why you have all the suitcase weights on the back end. My little 2210 would fall over if I had all those tools let a lone a YETTI 1/2 Gallon TANK, Impressive I SAY IMPRESSIVE
    I would really like the light guards that are on the ROPS. Yep sure would, THOSE ARE EXPENSIVE. Don't ask me how I know? I just do.

    Nice set-up,
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    Looks good,but why do you need all the tools for,break a lot of stuff.
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    Is that a red fuel cap? Don't recall ever seeing one. I had a 1025 and seem to remember it being green.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big View Post
    Is that a red fuel cap? Don't recall ever seeing one. I had a 1025 and seem to remember it being green.
    1026R's came with them...(and I am guessing Dunger has one)

    I hope the OP doesn't lose tools, I have a propensity to lose most anything not bolted down...and frankly plenty of things that were bolted down...
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    Quote Originally Posted by chex313 View Post
    1026R's came with them...(and I am guessing Dunger has one)
    I know the 2013 1023e's came with them as well. I ordered a replacement fuel cap for one a couple months back and a green cap came in the mail. Would not fit.

    Think you're right about the 1026r. Single ROPS light and I see cruise below the steering column.

    As for the Yeti, JD is missing out by not offering that as a catalog option
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    Now all you need s a hose from the top of the Yeti to a mouth piece.
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    The real gem in the picture is the hatchet....looks like a nice Gransfors Bruks....

    Nice job on the tool box makeover. Great spot for the Yeti!!!
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    Removed my Tool Box for a Yeti

    Quote Originally Posted by TJR345 View Post
    Looks good,but why do you need all the tools for,break a lot of stuff.
    To take care of odds and ends while Iím out and about.
    List of Tools:
    Small Shears, light trimming
    Long screw driver, removing weeds
    Linemanís pliers, serves as a cutter / hammer
    Axe, bigger branches
    Safety glasses
    Rag
    Bungee cord
    Gloves
    Yeti, beverage of choice for the day
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