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Wow, some of you guys are really pouring the "yellow stuff" on the poor guy's Cheerios here.
Just because it is something you haven't seen before, and doesn't have shiny new paint on it, doesn't make it a death trap. Yes it looks crude. Beyond the tractors, EVERYTHING on the farm looked crude in the 1950's. Form followed function, and a lot of implements were completely new inventions at the time.
Realistically, I don't think that thing is strong enough to tip the tractor over. It will bend or break away long before that happens.
We're not talking about lifting cars or logs here. Just brush. We're also not talking about running a slalom course in road gear either.
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