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As if they had been in the grip of a fly-wheel, they were jerked suddenly from their prey.
It is still possible to believe that the attorney was not more guilty toward him than an ingenious machine, which performs its work with much regularity, is guilty toward the rash man who, venturing too near it, is caught up by some fly-wheel or other, and suddenly converted into unexpected mince-meat.
The brochure points out that this state-of-the-art safety device provides infinite positioning of the fly-wheel during routine maintenance checks such as setting piston-end clearances, positioning sensors, or fur any function when the mechanic has to be inside the crankcase.
The new franchise will also see the first commercial operation of the Parry People Mover, a vehicle powered through a fly-wheel.
The trencher utilizes the patented fly-wheel trencher drive system that de livers power in tough conditions and a heavy-duty unitized chassis mainframe designed to absorb shock loads resulting from torsional twisting inherent in off-set trenching and plowing applications.