1991 - Volume #15, Issue #1, Page #24
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Extend a Mirror sees around rear wagons

A new safety view mirror mounted on the side of your tractor cab lets you see around grain wagons and other towed equipment.
The 6 by 12-in. Extend-A-Mirror is sup-ported by a tube that slides in or out of a heavy duty steel frame bolted to the top of the cab. The mirror adjusts from 10 to 30 in. beyond the left side of cab.
"It's a must for making safe left hand turns when pulling big wagons or wide loads," says Barry Kapplinger, president, Kiester Implement, Inc., Kiester, Minn. "The tube that supports the mirror slides easily in or out of the frame by simply loosening a bolt. The minor itself can easily be moved in or out and up or down."
The frame is made from 1 1/4-in. heavy duty sq. tubing and the tube is made from 1-in. sq. tubing. The frame bolts to the rain gutter on both sides of IH cabs with no holes to drill. The mirror can be mounted either ahead of or behind the door on IH and Case models by simply reversing the frame. On Deere tractors the mirror is mounted behind the door, and the frame is bolted to a pair of existing bolts on top of the cab.
Extend-A-Mirror is designed for Deere 30, 40, 50, and 55 series tractors, IH 86 and 88 series tractors, Case 70 and 90 series tractors, and Case-IH Magnum tractors. A universal mounting kit is available for most other tractor models as well as combines.
Sells for $59.95 including hardware. Specify make and model when ordering.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Extend-A-Mirror, Kiester Implement, Inc., 110 South Main, P.O. Box 249, Kiester, Minn. 56051 (ph 507 294-3387).

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1991 - Volume #15, Issue #1