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John in MIch
I move dead tractors with a tow chain around the yard and into the garage. I use my Jubilee, 11 hole hitch bar with a clevis and hitch stays for height stability. The dead tractor has a brush guard and trailer ball on it.
I have a small chain and hook the towed tractor about a foot from the clevis. It follows very well with minor weaving.
My garage is 24x26 and lined on 3 walls with "stuff". I open both overhead doors, drive in the one door until the dead tractor is inside on level floor.
I unhook, hold the right brake, then pivot and go out the other door. I have done that twice this past week.
Caution: the only hill that I have is the 60 foot ramp going UP into the garage. When the tractor comes out is is either under it's own power or someone is riding the brake.
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