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Ferguson Buggy Company

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Parent Issue
Day
8
Month
September
Year
1899
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

li ■ -3:r g JÏQ The above is a picture of the new Tire Setting Machine in the Ferguson carriage pkQ HJsW factory. It sets the tire while you wait without either heating or dampening it. It is t&Ní riyi claimed also, that it does the work more satisfactorly than the old process. km jTOQG To reset a Tire by the old process the operations are: Remove tire bolts, remove &if CPi tire, traverse wheel, traverse tire, upset tire, traverse tire, heat tiré, apply tire to wheel, reCJftS m5J3 bore bolt hole, apply bolts, cut-off bolts, paint. SIÍS JjJJj Better results can be produced by t'his machine in an operation requiring less than ten fwm$ gyjj minutes time than can be obtained from the above twelve operations. rS ÏSAy Capacity: The machine will upset a i y2 inch by Y2 inch steel tire or a 2 inch by y2 SK éSSL iron tire or anything smaller and will take in a wheel of any diameter from zo inches to 60 5Le3 SJ ' P $pg The change in adjustment for wheels of different diameters is easily made in two Wfêfö ákg minutes. Sg ?4 A set of wheels can be taken from the vehicle, the tires reset and the wheels put ijfNi rcu back in place in less than thirty minutes. STfiJi ÏJ&ri TirF.s can be set on 600 to 800 new wheels per day by the power machine, requiring Jï? kLv not to exceed 3-horse power to opérate. tóï 1 Ferguson Buggy Company 1 Ü NEW STATE PHONE. . DETROIT STREET, ANN ARBOR. gïjg