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10-31-2012 19:40:09

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I have an old farmall h .Sitting on the seat on the right hand side there is a rod to engage the hydrulics. below it is a hydrulic fitting below it is a bolt in a hole does any body know what this hole is for

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wayne in mn

11-01-2012 06:00:13

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 Re: farmall h in reply to mjpulliam, 10-31-2012 19:40:09  
Bolt is for mounting an implement. We used it for attaching a swing arm to operate the lift on a #27 sickle mower.

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10-31-2012 20:40:05

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 Re: farmall h in reply to mjpulliam, 10-31-2012 19:40:09  
Interesting question.
I think the answer is a photo. There are several possibilities, but the answer will probably take a photo. There is no stock hydraulic fitting below the Liftall control rod as delivered from the factory. Thus our visualization is just not realistic. There are holse for the choke, and shutter control (usually empty) and that is about it. Give us a photo. (ask for permission from Kim (feedback to the lower left) to allow the picture. First posters are denied permission due to the posting of nasty material by opportunistic non contributors. Jim

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