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Dualee Simplifies
Mounting duals is a one man job with new "Dualee" mounting pins invented by Lee Gulbrandson, Stromsburg, Neb., after he nearly lost a finger mounting a tire at his tire service center.
"On most tractors, it takes two or three men to maneuver a tire into position. With the Dualee you can do it by yourself and do it quicker," says Gulbrandson.
The Dualee consists of two pins that are smaller in diameter than the tire mounting bolts. The pins screw into the tire bolt holes. Once the tire is lifted into mounting position, safety clips on the pins hold the tire in position while holes are lined up and bolts secured. Once the tire is secure, the Dualee pins are removed and bolts inserted into the holes they occupied.
The Dualee kit will fit all majortractor brands. Specific sizes are available by wheel bolt size and thread. The kit sells for $19.95.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Lee's Tire Co., P.O. Box 63, Stromsburg, Neb. 68666 (ph 402 764-2411).

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1983 - Volume #7, Issue #2