A time-saving tool that changes the way you move long, linear loads.
Inventors Tom W. Crager and Tyler C. Crager of Stateline, MS have created a time-saving tool that changes the way you move long, linear loads.
While tractors are a must-have around farms and construction sites, they are not very useful when it comes to picking up long linear objects such as logs or pipes. They are even less useful when trying to lift these items into a vertical position, such as when placing poles into the ground. Such maneuvers often require the use of a separate crane. This increases construction cost and can cause congestion on a construction site. Tom and Tyler just knew there had to be a better way. In turn, they developed the Tiger Claw!
The invention attaches and detaches to a quick attach used by many tractor brands, allowing you to pick up logs, pipes, and beams with ease and transport them around your farm. The invention is also a great addition to any construction site, as the versatile nature of the product means it is suitable for lifting all manner of long, linear objects. The invention can even lift irregular linear items too, so you wont have to risk damaging the ground.
The Tiger Claw has been successfully tested and now it is ready for market! Want to learn more? Contact us NOW for additional information or for manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities!