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Turn signal for farm wagons
Having no way to signal to other drivers which way he was going to turn with his tractor and wagon led John Albion Yearous, of Balaton, Minn., to design a remote control safety light and turn signal system for farm wagons.
It consists of a remote control transmitter (that sits in the tractor or truck cab) and a light unit which consists of two lights, a receiver and a 6-volt dry battery. The entire assembly fits on a bracket mounted on the backend of the wagon. Yearous notes that you can control the lights independently to work as turn signals, or as brake or emergency lights.
Moving the unit from one wagon to another is as simple as sliding it off one mounting bracket and onto another.
Yearous is looking for a manufacturer.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, John Albion Yearous, RFD 3, Balaton; Minn. 56115 (ph 507 734-3264).

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1985 - Volume #9, Issue #5