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08-19-2012 06:16:59

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Great Deal, that 82-T sickle mower is close to worth $550. Bush hog is likely a howse, or off the shelf box store type mower, agrisupply should have any parts you need. The 3 point is as bad of a bodge up as I have seen, but if it works with that mower, so be it!

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Bob Bancroft

08-19-2012 13:55:38

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 Re: WD45 PACKAGE DEAL! in reply to Diydave, 08-19-2012 06:16:59  
I was thinking the same thing on the 82 T. From what I can see of the knife bar it looks little used. But I'm confused. I have salvaged parts from my neighbors later model AC mower. It has the same later style gearbox, drive train, and big tires. But the frame is different?! The tires are across from one another. The frame is kind of a channel iron bent around in a "U". I think the cylinder was mounted differently, with maybe a cable and pulley involved. I would guess this mower pictured is later yet.

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08-19-2012 15:25:32

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 Re: WD45 PACKAGE DEAL! in reply to Bob Bancroft, 08-19-2012 13:55:38  
Bob, I believe your neighbor's mower is an 80-T. Same twin wheel drive that started in the No7 mower. The 82-T, I believe is the last in the line, it had an improved knife head, and connector bolt, to the drive. The diagonal axle, was to make right angle turns shorter. Also made you have to jack up one wheel, opposite the drive head, to remove the sickle assembly!

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Bob Bancroft

08-19-2012 16:44:33

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 Re: WD45 PACKAGE DEAL! in reply to Diydave, 08-19-2012 15:25:32  
Indeed! Apparently the change from the 7 to the 80 were the gearbox (and associated parts) changes. Then the change from the 80 to the 82 were the frame differences. All gearbox, drive arms, cross arm stuff from the 80T fits on my 82S.

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