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All frame wings have gusset plates welded to the corners to add strength and rigidity to the frame.

William Hackett’s mounted harrows are designed to pull the harrows at the correct angle so that the ground is completely covered.

For sales and more information on this product contact your Vincent Tractors expert

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Name: Tony Best

Job Title: Sales Person for Agricultural Machinery
(Mid & West Cornwall)

Number: 07866 310110

Email: tony.b@vincenttractors.co.uk

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Name: David Stanbury

Job Title: Sales Person for Agricultural Machinery
(West & North Devon and North Cornwall)

Number: 07970 207689

Email: david.s@vincenttractors.co.uk

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Name: Nick Vincent

Job Title: Sales Person for Agricultural Machinery
(South Devon and SE Cornwall)

Number: 07834 555172

Email: nick.vincent@vincenttractors.co.uk

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All frame wings have gusset plates welded to the corners to add strength and rigidity to the frame.

To make the frames universal, chains are welded along the front and rear bars so any type of harrow selection can be accommodated.

Mounted harrows are available in widths of 4′-0″ through to 20′-0″ wide with a depth of 7′-6″, frames of 10′-0″ and over have folding wings for ease of transportation.

The smaller frames are rigid and delivered flat packed on pallets.

All frames are supplied for self assembly.

Mounting brackets are fitted to frames from 14′-0″ and over to make retro fitting of the hydraulic folding kit easier.

Folding is a simple one man operation taking only seconds.

Hydraulic folding is an optional extra on all folding frames.

William Hackett’s mounted harrows are designed to pull the harrows at the correct angle so that the ground is completely covered.

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