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US766326A
US766326A US19619404A US1904196194A US766326A US 766326 A US766326 A US 766326A US 19619404 A US19619404 A US 19619404A US 1904196194 A US1904196194 A US 1904196194A US 766326 A US766326 A US 766326A
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PATENTED AUG. 2, 1904.
H, GLOYD.
WHEELED HARROW.
APPLICATION rum) MAE. 1, 1904.
3 SHEBTSSHEET 1.
N0 MODEL.
1 x 1 z: V7018 476 u XIXor I V PATENTED AUG. 2, 1904.
H. OLOYD.
WHEELED HARROW.
APPLICATION FILED MAR.1.1904.
' 3' SHEETSSHEET 2 N0 MODEL.
No. 766,326. PATENTED AUG. 2, 1904. H. CLOYD.
WHEELED HARROW.
APPLICATION FILED MAR. 1, 1904.
NO MODEL. 8 SHEETS-SHEET 3. h
NITED STATES Patented August 2, 1904.
HARVEY CLOYD, OF OHIOXVA, NEBRASKA.
WHEELED HARROW.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent No. 766,326, dated August 2, 1904 Application filed March 1, 1904:. Serial No. 196.194. (No model.)
To all who/11 it nM/y concern:
Be it known that I, HARVEY CLoYD, a citizen of the United States, residing at Ohiowa, in the county of Fillmore and State of Nobraska have invented certain new and useful Improvements in 'heeled Harrows; and Ido declare the following to be a full, clear, and exact description of the invention, such will enable others skilled in the art to which it appertains to make and use the same, reference being had to the accompanying drawings, and to the letters of reference marked thereon, which form a part of this specification.
This invention relates to new and useful improvements in harrows, and especially to a riding-harrow; and the object of the invention is to produce an apparatus of this nature which will be simple in construction and so arranged that it may be conveniently conveyed from place to place and regulated by means of suitable lever mechanism whereby the sections of the harrow which are hinged together may be adjusted.
The invention consists, further, in various details of construction and in combinations and arrangements of parts, which will be hereinafter fully described and then specifically defined in the appended claims.
My invention is clearly illustrated in the accompanying drawings, which, with the letters of reference marked thereon, form a part of this application, and in which drawings similar letters of reference indicate like parts in the several views, in which Figure 1 is a top plan view of my improved riding-harrow. Fig. 2 is a front elevation showing the hinged sections of the harrow in raised positions. Fig. 3 is a sectional view through the middle portion of the harrow, parts of the same being shown in elevation; and Fig. i is a detail view of one of the spiral and angular members.
Reference now being had to the details of the drawings by letter, A designates the central section of the harrow, which comprises two parallel beams B, which are apertured to receive. the shafts C, which have a slight rocking movement in said apertures and carry llZLT',
row-teeth C. In the outer ends of said shafts are carried pins O, which have pivotal connection with bars I). The forward and rear shafts E of the central lu1rrow-section are longer than the shafts l and are not connected to said bars, which are fastened to the ends of the other shafts C, but carry at their ends clevises E, which are connected to similar clevises E", which are fastened to the forward and rear shafts E" upon the endsectionsFand F of the harrow. Said sections F and F are identical in construction to the middle harrowsection comprising the parallel cross-beams F having apertures in which shafts are journaled, the inner ends of said shafts C carrying pins which are pivotally connected to a bar F. Tlransversely disposed over the series of shafts in each of said sections of the harrow is a cross-piece H, to which are pivotally connected yokes l, and said yokes are fastened t0 the upper faces of the shafts of the sections of the harrow. Each rear shaft E is provided with a notched segment and J J designate handles which are pivoted, respectively, to the rear shafts of the three harrowsections, and each is provided with a dog J, adapted to engage the notches of said segment, and a hand-operated lever J carried by each lever, is provided to actuate said dog. Angled fingers E project from the rear faces of the rear shafts of the harrow-sections and are provided to pulverize the earth in the ruts made by the wheels of the harrow, as shown in the drawings.
L designates an operating shaft or axle which carries wheels L, and a seat L is mounted upon said axle, and a tongue H is fastened thereto, carrying an evencr to which a team may be hitched. Projecting forward from said axle is a bail-shaped member 0, the forward portion of which is held to the under side of the tongue, and rising from the aperturcd cross-beams of the middle section of the harrow are the guide'loops Q, through which pass the arms of said bail-shaped member, whereby as the middle section of the harrow is raised and lowered it may be guided by said loops and arms of said bail-shaped member.
Rdesignates a shaft which is journaled in suitable bearings upon the rear end of the tongue and has crank-arms R at its end, to which are connected links R which are fastened to rods S, which in turn are secured to said apertured cross-beams of the harrow. A handle R is fastened to the shaft 'R, whereby the latter may be rocked for the purpose of raising or lowering the middle section of the harrow. Rods T are fastened to the tongue and have hooked ends which are adapted to engage over the cross-pieces upon the end sections of the harrow for the purpose of holding the latter in the positions illustrated in Fig. 2 of the drawings. Secured to the forward ends of the apertured beams through which the shafts of the harrow pass are eyes P, which are pivotally connected to angle-bars P, which are connected together by means of pivotal pins P Said angle-bars P are pivotally connected to a bar N, and links N are fastened to said bar N and connect the same with a ring N which is carried underneath the tongue.
By the provision of the apparatus shown and described it will be observed that either the three barrow-sections may be worked together or one or two, and the central harrowsection may be raised and lowered by means of the mechanism described, and the angle at which it is desired to have the harrowteeth disposed may be regulated by means of the levers carried by the various harrowsections.
While I have shown a particular construction of apparatus illustrating my improved riding-barrow, it will be understood that I may make alterations, if desired, in the construction of the same without'departing from the spirit of the invention.
Having thus fully described my invention,
what I claim as new, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is
1. A riding-barrow comprising in combination with the central section and winged sections hinged thereto, a truck-frame, axle and driving-wheels, angled fingers secured to the rear ends of the side sections of the barrow and adapted to pulverize soil in the track of said wheels, a tongue secured to the axle of the truck, vertically-disposed guide-loops rising from said central harrowsection, a bailshaped bar secured at its end to said axle, guided through said loops and fastened to said tongue, and means for raising and lowering the sections of the harrow, as set forth.
2. A riding-barrow comprising in combination with the central section and winged sections hinged thereto, a truck-frame, axle and driving-wheels, angled fingers secured to the rear ends of the side sections of the harrow and adapted to pulverize soil in the track of said wheel-s, a tongue secured to the axle of the truck, vertically-disposed guide-loops rising from said central harrowsection, a bailshaped bar secured at its end to said axle, guided through said loops and fastened to said tongue, a shaft R journaled upon the tongue, crank-arms at the ends of said shaft, links secured to the cross-pieces of the central har row-section and joined together, and connections between said arms and links, and a lever fastened to said shaft, as set forth.
In testimony whereof I hereunto afiix my signature in presence of two witnesses.
HARVEY CLOYD.
Witnesses:
G. E. BABCOOK, EDWIN METOALF.
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