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Re: 5 minute 5 point hitch job?

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12-02-2012 02:54:58

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At least you have started in time for next years hay, Tony! If you are going to use this on the F-40 the stabliser pins on the axle brackets have always to be opposite the lower link mounting pins. I would measure the arms of your other tractors, these low clearance tractors should all have the same length lift what ever tractor you want to use it on...alter those stay bars to suit. By the complained over here that the Ferguson reaper was hard to fit, so Harry trained up a bunch of girls and trained them how to fit the mower real fast, then he had them race each other at county shows around the county......never had any more complaints! Now you are not going to let a bunch of young girls beat you....are you Tony? Sam

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12-02-2012 08:08:59

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 Re: 5 minute 5 point hitch job? in reply to samn40, 12-02-2012 02:54:58  
Yes Sam, I am preparing for mowing down icicles, teach those springy weeds a lesson too! So, with all the cameras you wear out on you adventures.... you wouldn't happen to have any snap shots of the way this bolts together do you?
If not, would you have any videos of the team of girls putting these things on do you? In 1955 style puffy padded oversized bikinis I suppose??
As far as the team of girls 'beating me'.... agh... hummmm.... your mean in a race...or???? I got to go out and get some cold fresh air....

Ya know, I think you got a point there. A 'team' -that know's what they are doing- would manhandle (woman handle?) this apparatus alot easier and faster than a poor little cabbage patch refugee struggling all alone... OK, dress the girls up warm and send them over...

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