1981 - Volume #5, Issue #2, Page #25
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Front Fenders For Tractors

"They're attractive and make it a lot easier and safer to refuel and service the tractor," says William Ahlers, Jr., about the new-style front tractor fenders introduced by Grabill-Dixon, Harlan, Iowa.
"These new fenders feature non-slip tread on the flat-top surface. They're made of strong 12 ga. material to provide safe, sure footing for servicing the tractor," explains Ahlers.
Mud flaps and light reflectors are also standard.
The fenders are painted and pin-striped to match the tractor's finish. They attach to the steering arms with U-bolts and are positioned about 5 in. above the tires to prevent plugging in mud.
The fenders retail at $189.50 for the 13-in. size (for standard tires) and $194.50 for the 15-in. size (for flotation tires). Both sizes are available in matching colors for most new model tractors, including Deere, International, Case, White, Allis Chalmers and Massey Ferguson.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Grabill-Dixon Corp., 1702 Exchange Street, Harlan, Iowa 51537 (ph 712 755-2911).

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1981 - Volume #5, Issue #2