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Has anyone added a right side step to a 3 series with a cab? I have seen it done on open station but not seeing much on cab models.
 

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No I've not seen it either, there is so little room to exit on the right with the console/joystick in the way I personally don't see the need.
 
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I consider the door on the right on cab tractors as an emergency out only. If you lay it on its left side that is how you get out on the right.

Most all machines above lawn tractors are meant to be mounted and dismounted from the left.
 

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As KennyD says, it is tough getting out on the right side. Unless you weigh somewhere around 100#, it just is not going to work. Secondly, that battery box is going to give your fits when trying to install a step. I have had to use the right door twice as the left door was blocked by the mirror and it is no fun trying to get by the joystick.

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I consider the door on the right on cab tractors as an emergency out only. If you lay it on its left side that is how you get out on the right.

Most all machines above lawn tractors are meant to be mounted and dismounted from the left.
That will be a little disappointing coming from open station where I can mount/dismount from either side, but I understand with joystick and all being there.
 

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That will be a little disappointing coming from open station where I can mount/dismount from either side, but I understand with joystick and all being there.
I see in your sig line you have a 2520 same as me. I have never tried it but it sure looks like it would be near impossible to get on and off on the right.
 
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