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03-23-2013 18:41:03

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Those things are a sonabugger to put on for the first time. We had one in the 60's and cussed it every time because we only put it on once or twice summer. If you had to put it on once a week, I think there'd be nothing to it. A word of advice, get someone to help you if you want to keep the paint on the inside of your rims. That right side breakaway bar will swing under there and skin it up for sure. Don't ask me how I know that. Steve is correct on the pins. They are actually short bolts that bolt to your bracket and take a nut like a wheel nut instead of a clip pin. You can see the divot for it on the inside of the arm in the picture. I found mine at Tractor Supply if remember right. Those orginal cast brackets you have should work perfect with the correct amount of offset. I'm sure you know this, but the hole in the bracket goes to the front, and lines up with the bolt on the lift arm. (I put mine on backward once). It looks like the one in the picture is correct. That is one nice looking 40. Have you got another picture?

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03-24-2013 07:48:29

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 Re: Ferguson Mower in reply to IrvIA, 03-23-2013 18:41:03  

40 Pictures. The Standard and Row Crop are in the November 2013 calander.The LPG will be featured in the June Furrow.

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