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Re: (ET) Hitch adapter

Oh yeah, and if you look at the manual lift picture in the accessory
brochure, it shows it hooked up to the sleeve hitch adapter, so you can see
how it all assembles to the tractor.

- SteveS

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "jim donovan" <donovan66205 yahoo com>
To: <elec-trak cosmos phy tufts edu>
Sent: Thursday, January 22, 2004 11:22 AM
Subject: (ET) Hitch adapter

> Hey all:
> I have been considering using my E15 for the motor end
> of a hay ride around our suburban/urban area.  I have
> used the E15 to pull dead cars and it can do so over
> any hill or obstical.  Has any one else used it for
> hay rides?  What do you pull?  (Ultimately, I am
> thinking of a standard trailer, probably single axel
> about 7 feet wide and 12 feet long.)
> The sleve adaptors seem good, but the smaller version
> looks as if it may be able to slip out of the rear
> (stabber) opening.
> http://www.elec-trak.org/memorbilia/GEAccessoryBrochure/6_JPG.html
> Can/does it?
> The larger hitch adapter looks like it can do the
> trick, but is it supposed to slide into teh rear
> (stabber) opening also?
> http://www.elec-trak.org/memorbilia/GEAccessoryBrochure/4_JPG.html
> The bolts look as if they are to hold the sleve
> adaptor in place so it won't get pulled out.
> What do you all think?
> Jim
> Westwood, KS
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