Front-Mount Tractor Toolbox Keeps You Organized & Prepared in the Field

Tractor ToolboxJohn Deere’s latest green and yellow accessory seeks to tame the clutter of the cab and create a home for tools, parts, and more away from the operator’s already close quarters. Until now, toolboxes and storage have been set up in many areas of the tractor, but the storage space has been limited — the new, front-mounted Tractor Utility Box seeks to solve this storage issue..

Storage capacity is increased from past available toolboxes, and the utility box comes with a special front weight mount kit to attach it to the front weight support of the tractor. It will mount on as few as four weights and up to a full rack, according to John Deere.

The new Tractor Utility Box is the first to use a patent-pending weight mount system that bolts on in minutes. The toolbox can be easily removed or replaced as needed by the operator.  The bracket system ensures stable mounting without compromising headlight use or tractor functions and allows the toolbox to be easily moved from machine to machine, the company adds. The heavy-duty-built box has two removable shelves and a fold down front door for easy access to the tools and supplies. There is plenty of room to store tools, tow chains, hitch pins, and other essential items, John Deere says.

The Tractor Utility Box (BRE10151) and Bracket Kit (BRE10153) are available now. For more information, including specs, click here: Tractor Toolbox.

 

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Owen McIntyre

The front weights on new JD tractors are substantially mounted ahead of older tractor weight brackets. Learned that when parking my 7R in drive shed. To put tool box ahead of that is only inviting a bashing at some point. And where do you mount it when weights are removed ie planting, spraying?

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