This is an alphabetical list of ROPS suppliers found in The Kentucky ROPS Guide. They will sell a single ROPS, either directly to the owner or through an equipment dealer. They self-certify their ROPS as meeting one or more national or international ROPS safety standards. ROPS manufacturers that only sell ROPS in quantity directly to tractor manufacturers (i.e., OEM manufacturers) and do not sell individual ROPS are not listed here.

BARE-Co

BARE-Co is an Australian company that has two branches in the United States and sells through numerous distributors (dealers) across the country.  They also sell many other tractor parts, including seat belts for ROPS-equipped tractors and suspension seats, most of which have approved seat belt mountings.  BARE-Co ROPS can be found online via their website, https://www.bare-co.com/home.aspx.  On this website, click on “Parts” at the upper left.  On the next page, click on the “ROPS Frames” photo, and a listing of tractor makes and models, along with ROPS parts numbers, will be shown.  Additional information about seat belts can be found by clicking the seat belt photo at the top of the page.

To get a price quote, it is necessary to contact a distributor.  Click on the red “Order” button at the top, and a distributor locator will appear.  Select a distributor and contact them for further information. Be sure to discuss the cost of seat belts, any other necessary parts, and shipping.  See NOTE below.

NOTE: (1) ROPS-equipped tractors require seat belts.  It might be desirable to purchase a new suspension seat with approved seat belt mounting holes.  Discuss seat belts, mounting locations, and/or seats with the BARE-Co distributor.  (2) Always be sure the distributor knows exactly what tractor you have.  For some tractor models, the particular ROPS required might depend on variations in axles, fenders, seats, platforms, loader mountings, tread width, overall configuration, or other factors.  Discuss this with the distributor to see if any of this applies to your tractor.  (3) BARE-Co states its ROPS are tested and approved to the following standards: AS/1636, ISO5700, SAE J2194.

Case IH

Case IH is a brand of CNH Global and is headquartered in Racine, Wisconsin. Case IH only sells ROPS through authorized Case IH dealers.

NOTE: (1) Always be sure your dealer knows exactly what tractor you have. Ask if there are any variations within your model that determine which ROPS to order (e.g., age, axle housings, fenders, seats, operator platforms, loaders, etc.) (2) Ask about seat belt parts and mounting location. (3) Always discuss shipping costs. (4) Case IH states its ROPS comply with applicable OSHA, SAE, ASABE, and CSA standards when properly installed with seat belts. (5) Red or white sunshades may be available in some cases.

Fredricks Equipment Inc.

Fredricks Equipment Inc. is located in Hartselle, Alabama, and sells directly to customers or through select dealers. Fredricks can be contacted by phone at 256-773-9951 or via e-mail atb parts@fredricksequipment.com. Its website isb http://www.fredricksequipment.com.

NOTE: (1) For some tractor models, the particular ROPS required may depend on variations in axles, fenders, seats, platforms, loader mountings, tread width, overall configuration, or other factors -- discuss with dealer/supplier to see if this applies to your tractor. Always be sure your dealer/supplier knows exactly what tractor you have. (2) Ask about seat belt parts and mounting location. (3) Always discuss shipping costs. (4) Fredricks states its ROPS comply with OSHA standard 1928.52 when properly installed with seat belt.

Hercules

Hercules is an Australian company that only sells through authorized dealers. Their primary distributor/dealer in the U.S. is Just Tractor Parts, Apple Valley, California. Phone Just Tractor Parts at 760-240-3336 or e-mail at sales@justtractorparts.com. Detailed information is also available on their website at http://justtractorparts.com.

NOTE: (1) For some tractor models, the particular ROPS required may depend on variations in axles, fenders, seats, platforms, loader mountings, tread width, overall configuration, or other factors -- discuss with dealer/supplier to see if this applies to your tractor. Always be sure your dealer/supplier knows exactly what tractor you have. (2) Ask about seat belt parts and mounting location. (3) Always discuss shipping costs. (4) Hercules states its ROPS comply with ISO5700.

Iron Bull

Iron Bull Mfg., LLC, is located in Marshall, Indiana, and sells directly to customers.  Iron Bull states its certified ROPS comply with OSHA 1928.51(c). Iron Bull also makes canopy supports that are not certified ROPS; potential customers should be certain to specify the appropriate product.

 Contact information for Iron Bull: Technical information, details, and/or sales, contact Joe Glick, 765-597-2480 or cealey@cebridge.net (specify Attention: Joe Glick). Sales only, contact Marlin Bauman, 800-529-4015 or marlin@ibullmfg.com. Website: www.ibullmfg.com. Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/ibullmfg/.

 NOTE:  (1) Always be sure your dealer/supplier knows exactly what tractor and/or model variation you have.  For some tractor models, the particular ROPS required might depend on variations in axles, fenders, seats, platforms, loader mountings, tread width, overall configuration, or other factors.  (2) Ask about seat belt parts and mounting location. (3) Always discuss shipping costs.

John Deere

Deere and Company (John Deere) is headquartered in Moline, Illinois. John Deere only sells ROPS through authorized John Deere dealers.

NOTE: (1) For some tractor models, the particular ROPS required may depend on variations in axles, fenders, seats, platforms, loader mountings, tread width, overall configuration, or other factors -- discuss with dealer to see if this applies to your tractor. Always be sure your dealer knows exactly what tractor you have. (2) Ask about seat belt parts and mounting location. (3) There should be no shipping charges for John Deere ROPS because they are ordered through the parts system. Customers should inform non-agricultural dealers that the ROPS is a "stock order item." (4) John Deere states its ROPS comply with applicable OSHA, SAE, ASABE, and CSA standards when properly installed with seat belts.

Kubota

Kubota Tractor Corporation is part of Kubota Corporation and is headquartered in Torrance, California. Kubota only sells ROPS through authorized Kubota dealers.

NOTE: (1) For some tractor models, the particular ROPS required may depend on variations in axles, fenders, seats, platforms, loader mountings, tread width, overall configuration, or other factors -- discuss with dealer to see if this applies to your tractor. Always be sure your dealer knows exactly what tractor you have. (2) Kubota may not supply ROPS for tractors it considers to be gray-market tractors, so discuss this with the dealer if necessary. For more information, seehttp://www.kubota.com/priorproduct/GrayMarketFindOut.aspxb (3) Ask about seat belt parts and mounting location. (4) Always discuss shipping costs. (5) Kubota states its ROPS comply with applicable OSHA, SAE, ASABE, and CSA standards when properly installed with seat belts.

Saf-T-Cab

Saf-T-Cab Inc. is located in Fresno, California, but only sells through dealers such as AGCO, Case, and New Holland.

NOTE: (1) Always be sure your dealer knows exactly what tractor you have, especially if there are multiple versions with the same model number. Ask if there are any variations within your model that determine which ROPS to order, e.g, age, axle housings, fenders, seats, operator platforms, loaders, etc. (2) Ask about seat belt parts and mounting location. (3) Always discuss shipping costs.