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Deere Swivel Rocker
Patrick Alles of Roanoke, Ind., put together this “Deere swivel rocker” using a Deere combine seat and some scrap metal. It’s painted green and yellow and comes complete with a 1-qt. paint can, insulated inside with some foam rubber that serves as a beverage holder.
    “It’s a very relaxing seat, and our grandkids love it as well,” says Alles. “Not only does the chair rock back and forth, but it also can be swiveled from side to side.”
    The seat came out of a Deere 105 combine. Alles raised the backrest about 6 in. to make the seat more comfortable. It’s mounted on a metal pipe that slips inside another pipe, allowing it to swivel. The rockers were fashioned from the frame of an old trampoline.
    The entire unit comes apart into 2 pieces for easy transport.
    Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Patrick Alles, 10170 N. 300 E., Roanoke, Ind. 46783 (ph 260 672-2444; palles12@frontier.com).

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2014 - Volume #38, Issue #2