1991 - Volume #15, Issue #6, Page #22[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story | Read this issue]
Double View mirrors
A pair of convex mirrors, one above the other, mount on a sliding extension bracket that adjusts from 90 to 164 in.
"The mirrors extend farther out from the cab than any other safety mirror and are completely vibration-free because they mount on the cab instead of the tractor to avoid motor vibration," says Steve Brownlee, inventor. "The top mirror is set high enough that you can look down into a wagon. It works great for topping wagons off. The 7 by 14-in. bottom mirror provides a large field of vision and works great for cultivating. Tilting both bottom mirrors downward lets you see three or four rows behind each rear tractor wheel."
A universal mounting kit is available for most tractor models as well as combines. A left-hand only mirror unit is also available.
Sells for $286.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Farmer's Factory Co., Box 122, Lee, Ill. 60530 (ph 815 824-2132 or toll free 800 747-2132).
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