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    Arens Cultivator Handle

    I got tired of the to short light tube handle that came on the cultivator and decided I would build a longer, and more sturdy handle that would be easier on backs. This handle doesn't twist and flop around when you ask the machine to get to work. The back of the machine where the plate is now was open, you could see the belt and the axle going through the frame. I decided to use plate and angle iron to make a strong handle mounting point and cover the back of the machine.
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    PERFECT!

    They just don't make stuff to use more than once or ergonomically any more. I too modify my tools after I buy them. Keep the mods coming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyM View Post
    PERFECT!

    They just don't make stuff to use more than once or ergonomically any more. I too modify my tools after I buy them. Keep the mods coming.
    Randy it's great fun to be able to customize a tool that fits us better and works better for just a few bucks, some time and imagination.
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