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Extension Cord Warning Light

You'll like this clamp-on warning light for trailing implements or wagons pulled down the road by tractor.
James and Verel Salmon, Erie, Penn., have used the idea for 8 years. "It cost less than $20 yet provides tremendous peace of mind on busy roads. The clamp holds tight - it's never shaken off," says James.
A flashing red warning lamp simply bolts to one of the jaws of a large spring-type hardware clamp. An electrical cord, with a ground wire, is wired to the light and taped to the handle of the clamp. An adaptor at the other end plugs into the tractor.
"The 20-ft. length of cord reaches the rear corner of any of our trailing implements or wagons. It eliminates the need to equip each piece of equipment with lights," says James.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, James and Verel Salmon, Salmon Farms, 220 Anderson Drive, Erie, Penn. 16509 (ph 814 864-7645).


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1989 - Volume #13, Issue #2