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Re: What is a snap coupler?

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07-01-2013 23:34:54

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Thank you Bob. From what you are describing, it sounds to me like there are other parts that I would need to obtain to go with this as the photo does not show other types of supports or hydraulic cylinders or anything like that. It is just a single piece shaped kind of like a bullet with a yellow label on it that says snap coupler. I saw a separate listing for a snap coupler tool bar which from the photo sounds like it may be the item to either attach the cylinders to or maybe it is the part to brace the DB to the cross tube. Either way it sounds like a fairly expensive proposition to get the complete set up. Thank you again for the information and the education.

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07-01-2013 23:48:32

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 Re: What is a snap coupler? in reply to dmkacb, 07-01-2013 23:34:54  

What would go through the big round hole in the middle? what is the small bolt in front of the round hole for? I"m going to do a Google search to see if I can find a photo of one of these attached to a "B" tractor.

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07-02-2013 06:29:51

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 Re: What is a snap coupler? in reply to dmkacb, 07-01-2013 23:48:32  
That is the bell for a snap coupler. There should be a spring and hook that also go around the large pin that gose through the big hole. I believe the small bolt is a stop for the hook of the snap coupler. I"m still somewhat new to AC myself, but am so close to finishing my WD45 restoration soon, so don"t quote me on this.

You also may want to check out Agco parts book online. You can check out the parts books for free over there.

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07-02-2013 04:09:35

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 Re: What is a snap coupler? in reply to dmkacb, 07-01-2013 23:48:32  
I may be wrong, but the item in your picture looks like nothing more than part of the snap coupler off a WD45, or maybe a late CA, at least to me.

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