drawbar drawbar

Definition(s):

  • (n) a strong metal bar bearing a hook to attach something to be pulled

Usage(s):

  • His tractors soon made a name for themselves; in 1952 an American tractor pulled 101% of its own weight, setting a world's record in drawbar pulls at the University of Nebraska .

News

  • Safety Chain Lanyard helps operators align heavy tools.

    MILLHOG® ET-800 Dual Spring Hanger features 48 in. long safety chain, secured into milled slots on two 8 in. wide x 3/8 in. top and bottom steel plates. Chain is retained by welded covers and rated for 4,500 lb, while each of unit's drawbar springs is rated at 610 lb. Product is designed to limit travel of springs to 3.5 in. and prevent bottoming out, breakage, and personal injury while moving ...
    on June 26, 2013     Source: ThomasNet

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