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FARM SHOW Magazine's Current Issue - Volume 44, Issue 5, 2020
Sampling Of Stories Featured in the Current Issue of FARM SHOW Magazine:
"Quick Release" Hitch Pin
Here’s a drawbar hitch pin that’s different than any hitch
pin we’ve ever seen. It solves the problem of trying to unhook a hitch pin when
the pressure on it makes it hard to pull out.
Splitter Side-Mounted On Old Allis
Steve and Worth Harman gave new purpose to the family's old
Allis Chalmers C by mounting a wood splitter on its side. The splitter is
powered by an 11-gpm pump that runs off the pto.
He Built A 4-Engine Garden Tractor Puller
“I like to build things that are different, so I recently
built a garden tractor puller powered by four 8 hp. Harbor Freight Predator
V-twin engines. It runs really well and has a lot of power,” says Earl Overbeek,
V-8 Riding Mower Still Going Strong
Back in 1990 Don Robinett, Randall, Kansas, built a riding
mower powered by an all-aluminum Buick V-8 gas engine (Vol. 18, No. 3). He’s
now 88 years old but still uses the machine regularly, and recently had it
professionally repainted “Ford tractor blu...[more]
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