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Shiftable Front-End Weights
Adding weight to the front-end of Trevor Spencer's tractors is as easy as pushing a hydraulic lever.
Spencer has designed a sliding weight rack that shifts a set of weights forward as needed to increase the weight load up front without adding more weights.
The weight rack consists of a bolt-on metal frame made from tube steel and angle iron that can be adapted to any tractor. A standard weight rack is attached to the front of the bolt-on frame and two small dia. cylinders move it in and out a maximum of about 4 ft. The cylinders are connected to and run off one auxiliary valve. As the tractor weights more forward, they magnify the offsetting down-ward effect.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Trevor Spencer, Weightline System, New Poplars Farm, Hornton, Nr. Banbury, Oxon, England (ph 029 587-625).

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1984 - Volume #8, Issue #5