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High-Clearance Saddle Tanks Provide Unobstructed Visibility
"One reason farmers like our saddle tank mounts so much is that they're as high or higher than the tractor's front axle. That means there's plenty of crop clearance so they be left on all year. And because there's 40 to 45 in. between the side of the tractor and the inside edge of the tank, front visibility is unobstructed," says Larry Lempka, Minden Machine Shop, Minden, Neb., about his new saddle tank mounting system.
A 7 in. sq. tool bar serves as the main support with plenty of heavy bracing. You have a choice of either two 200-gal. or 260-gal. trim view tanks. The bracket bolts to existing holes in the tractor frame and can be installed in about an hour by three men, Lempka says.
The system fits virtually any tractor. Special mounts can also be made on request.
Prices start at $1,680 including tanks.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Minden Machine Shop Inc., P.O. Box 356, 1302 K Road, Minden, Neb. 68959 (ph 800 264-6587 or 308 832-0220).

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1996 - Volume #20, Issue #3