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Hitch Frame Fits Lawn Tractor
"I made a frame for my lawn tractor to support a Reese hitch so I can use the same attachments I use on my truck," says Albert Canady, Jasonville, Ind.
    Canady took the seat and gas tank off his 14 hp Simplicity and made a frame out of scrap metal that fits over the base. The Reese hitch came from a car. "I never throw away anything," he says.    
    "I don't know how much weight it'll handle, but I use it to move my utility trailer and other units that require a ball hitch."         Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Albert Canady, Rt. 1, Box 155-A, Jasonville, Indiana 47438 (ph 812 665-3025; albert @thecanadys.net).

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2006 - Volume #30, Issue #4