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“Get Off” Handle For Riding Mower
“After a couple hours of work, older operators sometimes have trouble finding their ‘land legs’ when getting off a zero turn mower. So I made an assist handle from galvanized pipe for less than $20. It bolts onto the mower frame and provides the operator with a convenient handhold,” says Kenneth Preston, Wheatland, Ind.
    He used 1/2-in. dia. by 30-in. long pipe, a 6-in. nipple, an elbow, cap and a railing base to make the assist handle and attached it to the mower deck using countersunk 1/4-in. machine bolts.
    Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Kenneth Preston, 961 S. Enley Rd., Wheatland, Ind. (klpres@yahoo.com).

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2015 - Volume #39, Issue #4