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March 5, 2010
 
 

Cab Lining Holds Up

The liner on my tractor cab's roof started coming loose. After consulting with my dealer, my only option to restore the liner was to replace it. Taking a closer look, I realized the exterior material was glued to a formed fiber about 1⁄8" thick with a layer of foam between. I was able to secure the liner by using short sheet-metal screws in a neatly arranged pattern.

Tom Cook

Decatur, Texas


Ready to Grab

To neatly and conveniently store log chains, I paint the hooks on either end of a chain the same color. When I place chains in the bucket, I hook the ends along the rim. Then, when I need a chain, I match the hook color, grab the ends and go without having to untangle and resort the clump of chains.

Lyle Rose

East Grand Forks, Minn.


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