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Number: 172/287
Name: Earth working > With wheel steering or actuator for horizontally angling wheel axis > Wheel on non-propelled device > Wheel interconnected with tool
Description: Apparatus wherein the wheel and an earth working element supported by the frame are interconnected whereby when the wheel is caused to turn the earth working element is also caused to move relative to the frame.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4592429 Roll-over variable width plow Jun. 3, 1986
4553609 Gang plow of varible working width Nov. 19, 1985
4415040 Fully mounted variable width plow Nov. 15, 1983
4049063 Multi-unit adjustable plow system Sep. 20, 1977
4036306 Multi-unit adjustable plow pulled by vehicle and having steering wheel turnable only on adjustment of plow Jul. 19, 1977

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