Tractor Seat Cover
- Fits tractor seat backrests 12.5" - 14"H without armrests
- One-year limited warranty
- Storm-X fabric with water-resistant backing for maximum strength, abrasion and weather protection
Defining the levels of automationMarch 7, 2018 - Wallace's Farmer
When writing about what Case IH was offering at the National Farm Machinery Show there was plenty to cover from a new narrow row corn head to a new kind of tillage tech. And I did include a discussion of their look at automation, which I believe bears...
The Load Lugger Bed Bag keeps your gear dry and secureMarch 10, 2018 - The Globe and Mail
waterproof, 18-ounce PVC-coated vinyl (the same material used by tractor trailer haulers). All you need to do is clip it to the anchors in the truck bed, load your gear and zip it shut. The seams over the zippers protect against the weather. If the...
How to Repair your tractor seat DIY
This is a DIY video on how to rebuild your tractor's seat starting with the steel frame, adding foam, adding vinyl. The seat used for this demonstration is from a 1973 Bolens Husky 1556...
Air Mesh Tractor Seat Cover by Classic Accessories
Classic Accessories tractor seat covers protect new seats and make old ones look new again. Keep your seat in excellent condition for years with a lawn mower or tractor seat cover from Classic...
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Blue GreenPage Publishing Inc. 2018
Gregory N. Whitis was born in Gainesville, Florida, moved to Dubuque, Iowa before the fifth grade, graduated from Iowa State University and earned a Masters at Auburn University studying fish. After marrying a blue-eyed tall blond by the name of Karen Joan Schimek, from Milwaukee, they resided for a short time in Ankeny, Iowa, and discovered he couldn’t make any money growing fish in the arctic. He landed a job as a farm manager on Alabama’s largest catfish farm. He made his first attempt at floating a pickup truck there. He then was hired by Auburn University as an extension specialist where he could tell all the other farmers about the floating characteristics of pickup trucks. He then met his writing mentor, Aileen K. Henderson of Brookwood, Alabama, and she suggested that perhaps...
Total Redneck ManualWeldon Owen. 2017
Do you keep a few favorite squirrel recipes committed to memory? Know by heart the way to the best deer stand on Grandpa's 20-acre farm? Have an old tractor rusting in the back field, because you just might need the parts one day? You're not alone. So do the authors of The Total Redneck Manual. Whether you’re winching your truck out of a mud hole, packing in a good dip, or teaching your bird dog to fetch a beer from the mini-fridge, there’s something in this country-fried cultural document for you. This is a loving celebration of an all-American cultural icon, but it’s also a hands-on working book that can help anyone better enjoy the great outdoors. In true Field & Stream fashion, it's packed with 200+ tips on essential outdoor skills, from picking the right hunting dog and sighting...