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yup, and I use it quite a bit for backing.jim turner wrote:John that is what that mirrow is for
Scrivet wrote:John's dad put a hitch plate on the front of the tricycle front H that was bolted to, and turned with, the wheels. You pulled up and got the wagon lined up pretty good with the door.
John *.?-!.* cub owner wrote:This combination can make life interesting. Remembering which way to turn steering wheel is just one of the problems. Going forward is fairly easy, but you have to remember the trailer is about 18 inches wider on each side than the tractor. Going backward is a problem due to the severe arthritis in my neck and shoulders.
That is pretty minor compared to some of the things she has seen me come up with.cubguy47 wrote:John, was your wife just standing there shaking her head in disbelief when she saw this setup ??
My shed doors do need a little straightening.Super A wrote:I would have that outfit wadded up into a big pile of scrap metal in no time!
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