2012 - Volume #BFS, Issue #12, Page #87
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"Made It Myself" 3-Pt. Implement
“I made a ‘mini spader’ that breaks up sod for gardening. I also use it to loosen up hard ground that needs to be graded. I built it almost entirely out of my junk pile,” says Frank Miller.
  The 3-pt. tool consists of a gang that supports three 10-in. cultivator sweeps spaced about 8 in. apart. The sweeps are welded to vertical lengths of 2-in. dia., heavy wall pipe, which in turn are welded to a horizontal length of 4-in. dia. pipe. The entire structure is reinforced by vertical lengths of angle iron and steel rod.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Frank Miller, RR 2, Box 249, Beecher City, Ill. 62414 (ph 618 487-5429).

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2012 - Volume #BFS, Issue #12