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Come-Along Fitted Snow Pipe
Arlo Greenberg of Elk River, Minn., didn’t like the snow blade on his skid loader dragging gravel off his driveway. To solve the problem he mounted a length of steel pipe over the blade’s cutting edge.
  “The pipe lets the plow glide right over mud instead of picking it up,” says Greenberg.
  He cut a 3/4-in. wide gap lengthwise through the pipe and then fitted it over the cutting edge. Turnbuckles that attach to each end of the pipe hold it in place.
  “The turnbuckles I use are actually threaded cement anchors that hook into the back of the blade. I pull them up tight to hold the pipe securely in place,” says Greenberg.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Arlo Greenberg, 21217 Nowthen Blvd. NW, Elk River, Minn. 55330 (ph 763 241-9953).

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2014 - Volume #38, Issue #6