April 12, 2015
August 23, 2015
Just beautiful! They look absolutely factory fresh. Some think these types of carriers are just too big, and prefer not to collect them. I disagree wholeheartedly! The bigger the better. The complexity of these monsters is just fascinating. I’m currently looking at a few, and having a tough time deciding. Great work as always!
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May 27, 2015
January 20, 2018
That is the exact trolley I have in my barn with the hooks and all. Are there any manuals or literature out there that will show me how these worked? It is a working trolley in a barn so I would like to know how it worked to use the hayloft door. Also I don’t have the original hay grappler, but would like to see what that looked like as well.
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April 12, 2015
IF YOU GOOGLE F.E.MYERS YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO FIND ON LINE CATALOGS WITH ALL THE INFO YOU NEED. ALSO EBAY HAS MANY MYERS CATALOGS FOR SALE–YOU ARE LOOKING FOR THE LARGE 8×11 SIZE FROM THE 20’S or 30’S. THAT WOULD BE A GREAT INVESTMENT TO COMPLETELY UNDERSTAND YOUR SYSTEM RIGHT FROM THE HORSES MOUTH- F.E. MYERS.
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