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Re: SA Touch control lift arm bent

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08-11-2014 09:54:00

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I just picked up an A-22 for my SA, going to try to mount in a couple of weeks to mow a few fence rows before fall and also to see what I need to do this winter to have it right for Spring. Never had one before so is there any suggestions you might make before I start?

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08-11-2014 11:56:42

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 Re: SA Touch control lift arm bent in reply to Gregthedc, 08-11-2014 09:54:00  
greg I'll give you a few pointers:

have a (strong) helper with you when you go to mount it - they can be ridiculously difficult unless you happened to store it at just the right height and angle... Have a floor jack nearby.

Also have plenty of extra sections, rock guards, and pitman sticks all ready to go.

Until your ears learn to pick up on the little noises that indicate their failure, you'll probably lose a few guards and sections.

Pitman sticks break occasionally - usually when you're tired and want to go home, and you thought you going to be done for the day right after this last pass...

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08-11-2014 11:58:30

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 Re: SA Touch control lift arm bent in reply to JRSutton, 08-11-2014 11:56:42  
Thanks for the advice, I have never used a sickle mower before. Sounds as if it will be an adventure

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