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    TMR Customs ⅝ pull pins

    So many places these can be used. I was trying to design an easy way to adjust my snowplow blade angles on my compact tractor. Very economical and make a clean way to accomplish the task. Little parts like this take your project from a backyard hack to something professional looking. Yes TMR has all of the parts you need to build a ground up rig but many of their parts can be used on those other projects you have on the go. So far my tractor and its attachments have their zip tie tabs, bottle opener gusset and pull pin.


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    I run these pins on my home made plow wings. They work great.
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    CTD - Thats a great application for these. Price is dirt cheap. I can’t order the T-handle and build one for the price they charge. I can’t build one at 3 times their price.

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    If I didn't order these through work I'd get them from TMR. His price is better but I have to pay shipping compared to tossing them on a weekly order.
    I've used them for everything from gates on trailers to the seat sliders on my jeep.
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    I prefer to build it and not buy it, you see it, I probably made it.

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    I forgot - I also used one of these pull pins on my dump trailer door latch. Slick little units for sure.

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