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Add-On Self-Propelled Tracked Auger Mover
Moving big augers, bale elevators, belt conveyors and other heavy equipment around farmyards is easy with this new self-propelled "tracked" auger mover.
The hydraulic-driven track has plenty of traction for moving through mud and manure or over slippery concrete floors, says Mary Utigaard, manufacturer. The 18-in. wide rubber track is driven by an orbit motor and fitted with a hydraulic steering cylinder that makes it easy for the operator to precisely position auger. Another cyinder lifts the track off the ground for trans-port
"It's one of the simplest auger movers on the market to install - no welding or other alterations required - and it's got much more traction than auger movers using powered wheels," says Utigaard.
It's controlled by a set of valves that mount on the auger tube and comes complete with a hydraulic pump. If you have an engine driven auger, you can drive the pump off that. If you have a pto-driven auger, you can install a small motor to drive the pump. Sells for $2,695 (Canadian).
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, TraxMaster Ltd., 318 Sask. Ave. E., Outlook, Sask. SOL 2N0 Canada (ph 306 867-8700; fax 306 867-R7421


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1994 - Volume #18, Issue #4