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Published in the September 2013 Issue Published online: Sep 02, 2013

Rugby Eliminator LP Dump Body

RUGBY, N.D.-Rugby Manufacturing unveils the newly redesigned line of Eliminator LP dump bodies to better meet distributor and customer needs. The Eliminator LP line is available in carbon steel, aluminum and stainless steel construction in 9-foot and 11-foot lengths with interchangeable parts. A 12-foot model is available in carbon steel and aluminum. The steel model now features a seamless, one-piece, 10-gauge steel floor for optimum strength and durability. A lower mounting height improves stability on all models, while a full 9-foot inside diameter allows for full sheets of plywood or other materials.

All Rugby Eliminator LP models are available with fold-down sides and feature Rugby's patented EZ-Latch upper tailgate mechanism, which releases the tailgate quickly and keeps it more secure when closed. New features also include a front corner post, standardized cab shields throughout the line, understructure with installed wire harness loops and bolt-on tarp hooks.

Visit www.rugbymfg.com.

SAFE-T-PULL

SAFE-T-PULL is an innovative towing system that makes pulling stuck vehicles and equipment through wet or sandy conditions easy and safe.

The SAFE-T-PULL system consists of a truck hitch that fastens to your truck's existing tow hook mounts, giving you a centralized loop to pull from, and a hydraulically operated tow bar that mounts to the drawbar of your tractor, pay loader or bulldozer.

This system will save time and money, plus give the added safety of eliminating dangerous ropes, chains and cables. The system is strategically designed to pull from both frame rails, reducing the risk of damage. Also, the entire system is completely operable from the comfort of your cab-no need to get out to hook up. Drivers can even "unhook on the go!"

Minimize down time this harvest, increase productivity and save money all while pulling safer!

Visit www.safe-t-pull.net or search on YouTube.

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