How Do I Remove and Install My Tractor’s Step?

We want to help you remove and install your tractor’s step.



If you do not feel that you understand these steps, or can perform them safely, consult your tractor dealer or local mechanic. Also always consult your tractor owner’s manual for model-specific information.


Time to get started.




Reason:

  • To remove and install your tractor’s step.



1. Park the tractor safely and securely.


2. Shut off the engine.


Place chocks (A, Fig. 1) on each driving direction of the front and rear wheels.


A - Chock (8 pieces)












NOTE:


  • Make sure that the parking brake is securely engaged.

  • Make sure to lower any implements to the ground.













3. Remove the step assembly.


Remove the pedal head (A, Fig. 2) from forward and reverse drive pedal.


A - Pedal head (2 pieces)

B - Step assembly

C - Hex flange bolt (MBX25, 3 pieces)

D - Hex flange nut

(MB, 4 pieces for Pedal Head, 4 pieces for Step)















NOTE

Floor mat is not shown in Figure 2 and 3.



2. Install the Step


IMPORTANT: Avoid damage!

  • Make sure that all component parts are clean and in good condition before assembly.


1. Install the step.

  • The installation of the engine is the reverse of the removal procedure.

  • Tighten the hex flange bolt and nut (C, D, Fig. 2, Fig. 3) to: 17 to 22 fl·lbs (23 to 29 N·m).


We hope this short article helped you understand how to remove and install your tractor’s step.


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