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Guard Protects Shins, Trailer Harness

Two-fold protection offered by innovative new product from Fastway.

Bumping your shin on a ball mount trailer hitch is not fun, neither is a dragging harness wire. The folks at Fastway Trailer Products have the solution with their new Shin Guard. The plastic sleeve also includes a tether for looping the wire harness and keeping it from dragging on the ground.

Installation is simple, just slide the Shin Guard down and over the top of the ball, stretch the bottom down around the nut and it's on. The Shin Guard fits both 2-5/6-inch and 2-inch hitch balls on ball mounts up to 2-1/3-inches wide. And it comes in three colors: black, orange or yellow. Retail price for the Fastway Shin Guard is $8.95, and it is marketed throughout North America.

You can learn more about the Fastway Shin Guard by calling 800-478-5578 or by visiting www.fastwaytrailer.com/other/

Check out our extensive roundup of new products from the fall farm shows, visit www.farmprogress.com/2012showproducts. You can also check out our other free reports by visiting www.FarmProgressDaily.com.

We also have a running update on this site of new equipment entering the market place throughout the year. For more up-to-date information on that, check out our bi-weekly e-newsletter on trends and developments in machinery and ag technology. Click here POWERIRON to join thousands of readers who receive our updates free of charge every other week.

For Willie Vogt's observations about the growth of technology in our industry, be sure to visit his FARMER IRON column.

And, there's always something new going on at our world-class show sites:

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