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Equipment "Rail" Makes Hookups Easy
"I have a 1960's Ford 801 tractor and several 3-pt. implements for it. I got tired of the constant struggle to get them aligned and hooked up," says Bob Hudspeth, Era, Texas.
  "I came up with what I call an ćequipment rail'. Each implement is suspended by chain from a metal frame, making it easy to back up close and hook up in seconds. When the implements are swinging from chains, it's easy to line them up with no lifting or prying.
  "I laid a strip of carpet under the rail to keep weeds down, using 6-in. aluminum nails to secure it to the ground.
  "I wish I had thought of this idea years ago when I first bought this tractor."
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Bob Hudspeth, P.O. Box 51, Era, Texas 76238 (ph 940 665-5942).

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2000 - Volume #24, Issue #2