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Quick And Easy Zero-Turn Handle
Long-time FARM SHOW contributor Leonard Seltzer, Manhattan, Ill., wanted a handle for getting on and off his Deere zero-turn mower, so he fabricated one from his shop.
的 used 1/2-in. conduit with a couple of bolts for the vertical, and the top is 3/4-in. conduit with couplers I picked up at the hardware store.
的 flattened the conduit at the bottom and drilled holes to match the existing holes on the frame of the mower. It only took me a couple of hours and cost less than $20.
的t works great, and I wouldn稚 change a thing. Makes getting on and off the mower much more stable and doesn稚 interfere with my view during mowing.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Leonard Seltzer, 16040 Manhattan Road, Manhattan, Ill. 60442 (ph. 779-279-5116).


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2023 - Volume #47, Issue #6