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Handy Place To Store Chains On Loader Tractor
Andy Nelson, Webster, Minn.: I wanted a handy place to store chains on my Allis Chalmers 170 loader tractor, so I bolted an angle iron bracket onto one of the loader arm uprights and then bolted an 18-in. long, 2-in, wide metal strap vertically onto it. I just drop chains into a small gap between the strap and upright so they hang down from the angle iron. Works great.I also bolted a pair of chain hooks on back of the loader bucket, which I use with a chain to drag logs out of the woods. I drilled holes in the mounting brackets that support the bucket cylinder, then slipped each hook over the top of the bracket and inserted a bolt.

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2018 - Volume #42, Issue #4