1978 - Volume #2, Issue #2, Page #13[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story | Read this issue]
New Magnets You Can Use
For example, Ten Gam offers a universal magnet - complete with a lifting eye bolt - for $6.95. It has a lifting power of up to 100 lbs. When not used for lifting, it mounts on the wall of your farm shop to hold tools. Or, when working on your car, it attaches to the underside of the hood to hold a trouble light.
Ten Gam also has introduced platetype magnets to fit most popular makes of grinder-mixers and feed wagons. They automatically pick nails, bolts, wire and other tramp metal out of feed passing either over or directly below the plate magnet. For example, Model 18.5 magnet (18.5'/2 in. long) is the size commonly used in Arts-Way, Owatonna, Papec and Wetmore grinder-mixers. It sells factory-direct for $41.50.
Ten Gam also offers magnetic bars for holding tools or metal parts. "They can be mounted wherever needed to keep tools in one place where they are visible and close at hand," the manufacturer points out.
Suggested retail is $12.95 for a 24 in. bar and $9.95 for a 13 in. long bar.
For more details, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Ten Gam Corp., Tom Nellessen, Pres., Box 156, Castle Rock, Colo. 80104 (ph. 303 688-5927).
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