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2000 - Volume #24, Issue #6, Page #08
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Protective Screen Protects Tractor Driver

Don Cranfil, Hillsboro, Ill., does a lot of mowing at speeds up to 10 mph with this 7-wheel rotary mower. That sends a lot of clippings into the air, along with other objects that might get in the way of the mower.
  To protect himself, Cranfil crafted a heavy-weight screen made of expanded diamond cut steel of the kind used largely for catwalks.
  To hold the screen in place, he built a frame of 1-in. square metal. The screen bolts to the fender. An angle brace gives it extra support.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Don Cranfil, 11 Lakevrest Lane, Hillsboro, Ill. 62044 (ph 217 532-2797).
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2000 - Volume #24, Issue #6