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Winch-Operated Mower Lift
About 10 years ago, Harold Curie of Gaithersburg, Md., came up with a winch and pulley system to lift his Deere riding mower, allowing him to more easily service the machine. The 90-year-old is still using it.
  The system consists of a wall-mounted, 12-volt ATV winch that’s attached to a pair of pulleys – one mounted on the wall about 5 ft. above the winch and the other 12 ft. away on a rafter over the center of the opening to his shed. Cable from the second pulley extends down to a wide neck yoke, which has straps at each end that attach to the mower’s front end.
  Whenever the system isn’t in use, Curie attaches a weight on the end of the cable to keep it aligned and to prevent twisting.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Charles G. Curie, 18508 Fontana Lane, Gaithersburg, Md. 20879 (ph 301 519-8961, curie@curiegroup.com).


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2020 - Volume #44, Issue #1