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Re: Ferguson Mower

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Steve Bieberich

03-22-2013 05:03:34

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There are tapered pins and tapered nuts that fit mower to stabilizer bracket.
It would also be better if yup had Ferguson stabilizer brackets instead of the angle iron aftermarket ones you have.
Call me I may be able to fix you up with both.
I don't know much about posting pictures or stuff on this site but I could help with info about Ferguson implements I have over 75 in my colection .
Give me a call Cell 580-323-7403
Or leave message at 580-323-6259 and I will get back to you
Thanks Steve B

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Tony in Mass.

03-22-2013 09:50:58

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 Re: Ferguson Mower in reply to Steve Bieberich, 03-22-2013 05:03:34  
I'll tell ya Steve, I bought these angle iron ones because they were a closer fit than the cast ones I have. The nut and bolt was just grasping at straws to get the thing on the tractor and moved. Do you have the part numbers cast into the proper ones? I'll dig up the loose one I have, and find who is wearing the other. That one will be harder to read or photogragh. I'll check the archives from last fall, IIRC, John UK might have posted the parts numbers then too.
My pet peeve is that this system completely defeats the whole idea of- '3 point hitch advantages'. Harry must have went nuts when he saw these mowers..

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