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Re: 4 Jason and other mower conisuers

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Tony in Mass.

01-04-2013 13:57:04

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Jason, is that last pic from the N tractor? manual forum? pages? That is all I had to go on when I first got the mower, but nearly as hard and long a process on a different tractor- F40 and 135/turf 20...
Sam, if they all aren't read heads with grey bikinis, you will be straying away from the corporate image... it would be like me having a blue and yellow 165.....

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Jason S.

01-04-2013 16:22:12

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 Re: 4 Jason and other mower conisuers in reply to Tony in Mass., 01-04-2013 13:57:04  
Honestly I don't know that you could ever get that FEO mower hooked up properly with out changing the lift arms to the standard TO35 length arm. On the other hand with it being a high clearance tractor when you switch to shorter arms you won't be able to lower the mower all the way down, but my thinking is to compensate for that you could use the links that the Dearborn 14-15 mowers used. To use those mowers you had to take the leveling box loose, and the left leveling link and insert these links on each side which lowered the arms closer to the ground. I'll get you a pic of what I'm talking about in a few minutes.

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