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Weed Eater Carrier For Garden Tractors
Whenever Pete Peters mows his lawn he always has his Echo gas-powered weed eater right with him, thanks to the homemade carrier he mounted on his Deere 102 lawn tractor.
  The carrier mounts just behind the tractor's seat and can be installed or removed in just a few seconds. It consists of a 3 1/2-ft. length of sq. tubing with a hook welded onto it near the top that supports the weed eater handle. Some metal straps are welded on farther down to keep the weed eater shaft from swinging back and forth. The sq. tubing is held secure by a pair of welded-on, twisted straps that bolt into existing holes in the tractor's rear fender.
  "It eliminates the need to run back and forth to get the weed eater," says Peters.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Pete Peters, P.O. Box 166, Osler, Sask., Canada S0K 3A0 (ph 306 239-2045).

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2010 - Volume #34, Issue #3