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2000 - Volume #24, Issue #6, Page #41
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Car Seat Cover Material Lets Him Bale In Strong Winds

David C. Prause, China Spring, Tex.: "When the wind is blowing, the gathering wheels on my Vermeer baler don't work. I solved the problem by taking car seat cover material and completely covering the tongue of the baler, one piece on each side with wire back to the baler. This lets me bale in a strong wind, especially with light coastal hay. I tie it up off the ground a few inches so the windrow slides underneath."
  Kurt Sheldon, Kenton, Ohio: "I've found a good use for old socks. I use them to hold hydraulic connectors when they're in my tractor toolbox. It keeps them dirt-free. The idea would work for other parts, too."

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2000 - Volume #24, Issue #6