Hay trolley refined timeless rope-and-pulley technology.
Tim Pefley’s Hicksville ratchet-lock trolley. The ratchet-lock prevents accidental unloading in case of broken ropes.
Cletus C. Uhl’s (Meeker, Ohio) Myers “Unloader” for wood track.
Left: The recommended procedure for roping a barn according to F.E. Myers & Bro., Ashland, Ohio.Right: A Myers dealer’s display stand. Right: Tim Pefley with his latest purchase: a King trolley cast by Huber Mfg. Co.
Tim Pefley’s rare W&C trolley for 6-by-6-inch wood tracks.
Tim Pefley’s Belknap Bluegrass trolley made in Louisville, Ky.
Don Rengert, Waldo, Ohio, owns this rare Oborn Bros. trolley. Oborn’s steel rollers wore 3/4-inch grooves in the 4-by-4-inch wood track.
Tim Pefley’s Louden trolley for steel track. Note how much closer the rollers are placed to the locking mechanism.
Tim Pefley’s one-of-a-kind “Reversible” trolley made by the Milwaukee Hay Co.