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SmilinSam

720 or 9020 Holding the deck up..

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The only thing I can think off hand is an adjustable flat strap of some sort to go between the running board and tunnel and a couple of hooks to hold the deck up. A boat hold down strap comes immediately to mind.

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Kent
It it weren't for those dang running boards in the way, you could just run a strap from the deck bails on one side, up and over the frame tunnel, and down to the deck bail on the other side... :D

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Originally posted by SmilinSam
Ahhhhhhhhh! .......but the holes in these running boards are big enough to fit both hooks and straps through:D Gotcha this time!:D:D:D
A Sawzall would give you the proper dimesion to get something thru.:D:D:D

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Well........ I'll concede that you might have finally found a useful function for running boards. Probably couldn't drag my feet from that big of a tractor any way... You're taller, though!:D Too bad most RBTs don't have 3-point hitches, huh? ;)

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