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Rock Chariot Tows Behind Tractor
The new Rock Chariot, introduced by Morehouse Welding & Sales, Dassel, Minn., attaches to your tractor's 3-pt. hitch arms. When the trailer is full, you simply unlatch the endgate, raise the 3-pt. arms and the rocks roll out.
The trailer's wheel tread is adjustable from 30 to 38 in. allowing you to tow the "chariot" in row crops without damaging the crop. To adjust the tread width, you pull two pins and set the wheels at the desired width.
You can also use the Chariot for other chores, such as hauling dirt, gravel, hay bales and fencing supplies.
The 3/16 in. thick box is 50 in. wide, 3 ft. long and has 1/4 in. steel plate on the floor.
Sells for $595.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Morehouse Welding & Sales, Box 127, Dassel, Minn. 55325 (ph 612 275-2593).

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1983 - Volume #7, Issue #6