Gravely Tractor

Gravely Tractor

Gravely Tractor, of Brillion, Wisconsin is a manufacturer of outdoor power lawn and garden implements which was established in early 20th century. Gravely uses the term tractor in a figurative sense, since its products are usually hand control units, or qualify as riding tractors.

In the early 1960s, Gravely was a wholly owned subsidiary of Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana. Gravely was later sold off as Studebaker-Worthington sought other investment opportunities.

As of 2006 Gravely Tractor provides a full line of power lawn implements, and is a division of Ariens.

External links

* [http://www.gravely.com/ Gravely Tractor]
* [http://www.ariens.com Ariens web-site]


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