The Tractor Hitch Pin: A Critical Component in Keeping Control of Implements (PPP-94)

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This publication examines the factors that play critical roles in keeping implements or wagons connected to farm tractors and allow operators to maintain control of their implements and loads. Understanding how these factors work together will reduce the likelihood that a trailer could become detached during transport on busy roads or highways.

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