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US20110005782 METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR INSTALLING A SHANK WITHIN A RIPPER ASSEMBLY OF A TRACTOR/CRAWLER INVOLVING A ROTATING SHANK INSTALLER  
An apparatus and method of installing a shank onto a ripper assembly of a tractor or crawler. A rotating shank installer (RSI) is welded onto a front face of a ripper assembly of a tractor, e.g.,...
US20120061112 METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR INSTALLING A SHANK WITHIN A RIPPER ASSEMBLY OF A TRACTOR/CRAWLER INVOLVING A ROTATING SHANK INSTALLER  
An apparatus and method of installing a shank onto a ripper assembly of a tractor or crawler. A rotating shank installer (RSI) is welded onto a front face of a ripper assembly of a tractor, e.g.,...
US20130087354 REMOTE VARIABLE ADJUSTMENT OF RIPPER SHANK DEPTH  
A ripper assembly includes a ripper frame, which has at least one slot disposed in each of two opposing sidewalls. The ripper frame accommodates a ripper shank in a channel within the ripper...
US20140166322 RIPPER ASSEMBLY WITH DIRECT LOAD PATH  
A work vehicle, such as a motor grader, comprises a frame, a ripper, a tie bar attached to the frame, and a four-bar linkage attached to and disposed between the ripper and the tie bar for...
US20070125561 Soil working apparatus  
A soil working apparatus comprises a first structure moveable above a soil surface along a travel direction and a plurality of second structures connected to the first structure in a spaced apart...
US20080011497 Power drill cultivator attachment  
An improved power drill cultivator blade attachment for use with smaller plots and provides the advantages of an improved tiller blade design, which can be used laterally as well as horizontally...
US20140102738 SURFACE TOPOGRAPHY OF AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY TOOLS THAT INTERACT WITH THE SOIL AND AGRICULTURAL TOOL WITH MODIFIED SURFACE TOPOGRAPHY  
A substantial reduction in traction force demand can be achieved for agricultural tools with modified surface topography comprising dimples arranged in a parallelogram (hexagonal) pattern, the...
US20080053675 Toploading ripper loop  
A toploading ripper loop for attachment to the tool frame of a tractor has a low silhouette, elongated, v-shaped moldboard with a support arm attached at each end of the moldboard. Each support...
US20100294523 SOIL CULTIVATION DEVICE  
A soil cultivation device drivable in a displacement direction relative to the soil and designed to break up sub-soil. The device has a chassis or frame, a row of support arms and a drive unit,...
US20080011498 Cultivator and blade  
An improved cultivator and blade attachment particularly suited for use with smaller ground plots and provides the advantages of an improved tiller blade design, which can be used laterally as...
US20080035358 Wheelbarrow plow  
A plow apparatus which can be attached to the legs of a wheelbarrow adjacent a bottom surface thereof. Such plow apparatus includes a mounting member formed from a predetermined material. A first...
US20070137872 Attachment for road grader blade for grading shoulders  
A blade for grading a shoulder of a road is pivotally mounted on an underbody grader blade which is advanced over the road by a vehicle. The grader blade is conventionally angled, for example, at...
US20140299344 RIPPER SHOE FOR A PLOUGH VEHICLE  
A ripper shoe for a plough vehicle, the ripper shoe comprising a nose portion connected to a series of teeth; a trailing portion located behind the nose portion; the trailing portion having an...
US20170055427 DEEP RIPPER WITH QUICK ATTACH WINGS  
The present invention comprises a ripper used penetrate and break up soil that includes a leading edge configured to decrease wear and reduce drag, while providing superior performance. The ripper...
US20160157410 DEEP RIPPER  
The present invention comprises a ripper used penetrate and break up soil that includes a leading edge configured to decrease wear and reduce drag, while providing superior performance. The ripper...
US20150271984 SHARK FIN WEAR BAR  
A shark fin wear bar includes a fin edge configured to till the soil. The fin edge is positioned to face in the same direction as the ripper point. The shark fin wear bar also includes a first...

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