Angle cleat

Angle cleat

A small bracket formed of angle iron, which is used to locate or support a member of a structural framework.
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angle clip

A short strip of angle iron used to secure structural elements at right angles.
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Steel front wheels could be ordered; rear wheels could be on rubber, steel lugs or angle cleats. This tractor had angle cleats, but I removed them and instead used old cut-down tractor tires for treads so it could be operated on the road (and cause less damage to grass).