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Re: Upper Lift Links

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Christos

03-20-2013 13:02:30
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Mike,

I think what would end up happening is that you'd end purchasing something for a TO-35/MF-35/135. I think that my 135 arms are roughly 21 as well. Which one broke? The adjustable arm or the left arm that's fixed? I guess for me a picture would be helpful if convenient.

Christos




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Mike Darlington

03-20-2013 15:07:47
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 Re: Upper Lift Links in reply to Christos, 03-20-2013 13:02:30  
This is the only picture I have right now. Both links are in bad shape. The leveling link on the right is rusted beyond saving. It's rusted tight, but the yokes are ok and it's not going to break any time soon. The straight link on the left, straight, ha, it has a bad bend and the lower yoke was repaired at some time in its history and it's cracking. I don't want to take a chance. But I was trying to figure out how long the links should be for the 1952 TO30. I don't want to order something and then send it back, ya know.

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Christos

03-20-2013 15:51:37
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 Re: Upper Lift Links in reply to Mike Darlington, 03-20-2013 15:07:47  
Best way to know if it'll work is take the Massey part and google it. Looks like you'll need both left and right arms.

Christos



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Mike Darlington

03-20-2013 18:34:50
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 Re: Upper Lift Links in reply to Christos, 03-20-2013 15:51:37  
Thanks for the help guys. I search online and found some here and there, but I wanted to have a length to be sure.



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Mike Darlington

03-20-2013 15:11:17
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 Re: Upper Lift Links in reply to Mike Darlington, 03-20-2013 15:07:47  

The pic didn't post. I'll try again.



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Jason S.

03-21-2013 06:02:42
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 Re: Upper Lift Links in reply to Mike Darlington, 03-20-2013 15:11:17  
You can use the lift links from a Ford N series also. They are the same length. It looks like the left upper link is about 21" and the right leveling box is adjustable from 18" to 22".



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