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Brackets Keep Stabilizer Arms In Place On Tractor’s 3-Pt.
“I designed a set of steel brackets to keep the stabilizer bars on my Ford 860 tractor in place on the tractor’s 3-pt. lower lift arms, even when the 3-pt. isn’t hooked up to an implement. Now whenever I want to change 3-pt. implements I don’t have to remove the stabilizer bars. It’s a real time saver,” says Larry Goodman, Ionia, Mich.
    “I welded L-shaped brackets onto the stabilizer arm, which I purchased at a local tractor supply company. The brackets are located about 8 in. from the end of each stabilizer bar and extend 3 1/4 in. out and then 3 in. down, where they lay over the top of the 3-pt.’s lower lift arms.   
  “It eliminates the need to remove the stabilizer bars from the tractor every time I want to change 3-pt. implements, or to wire them up,” says Goodman.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Larry Goodman, 3200 Welch Rd., Ionia, Mich. 48846 (ph 616 527-1355; goodmanexcavating@yahoo.com).

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2015 - Volume #39, Issue #3