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$100 Ideas: Alleviate the Friction

December 8, 2010

FJ 044 F10456Alleviate the Friction

One of the hoses on my sprayer would rub the frame and wear holes in the hose. I cut a 6" piece off an old hose and slit it down one side. Then I wrapped the old hose around the new one and tightened them together with water clamps. Now if it rubs, the new hose is protected and will last longer.

Locke Stein
Spearville, Kan.



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After having shoulder surgery, it was almost impossible to pull the heavy chains over my tractor tires. I solved the problem with two tarp straps. I lay the chains straight out behind the tires, pull the tarp straps through the rear wheel rims and then connect the strap hooks to the chain hooks. When I slowly drive forward, the chains lift into place.

John Toman
Flasher, N.D.






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