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Ferguson Mower Pins

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03-25-2013 19:08:04

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After posting about problem attaching mower, Steve Bieberich sent me pictures of the pins I was missing. Today I built a set for the mower. I took old stabilizer pins(5/8) cut ends off, cut head off a 3/4 bolt and welded them together.Beveled 3/4 nut to fit in mower arms.Cost $10 for 3/4 bolts. Hope this helps if someone else is having problem. I think they will work until I come across original set.I will post pictures after I get mower on tomorrow.

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03-26-2013 18:49:54

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 Re: Ferguson Mower Pins in reply to miner09, 03-25-2013 19:08:04  
Hey Mick, haven"t been on here for a while. This is Mike, my dad and I were the guys that brought your mower to Boonville. I"ll try to look around and see if we still have those pins. I"m puzzled why we would have left them on the tractor when we took the mower off. Not making any promises but I will be glad to look for you. Good job on the mower.


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03-29-2013 17:46:18

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 Re: Ferguson Mower Pins in reply to CentMO3088, 03-26-2013 18:49:54  
Just as I suspected, the pins are still on the tractor. Our bad for leaving them on there, things were getting a little hectic when we were trying to prepare for Boonville. Drop me a email to with your shipping address and I'll be glad to send them your way.

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Tony in Mass.

03-26-2013 09:54:26

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 Re: Ferguson Mower Pins in reply to miner09, 03-25-2013 19:08:04  
Oh, a nice rust color will do Mikey, cause that's what the rest of the mower will look like before I get it to run.... I was trying for a triple nut affair on a piece of threaded rod... but when that hook is still 6 inches away... now that I look closer, you started with a carriage bolt... I thought you turned a trumpet affect on a lathe or something... if that was the case... I'd give you 12 dollars....

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03-25-2013 22:00:57

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 Re: Ferguson Mower Pins in reply to miner09, 03-25-2013 19:08:04  
If I send you 11 bucks, will you make me a set???
Ok, now you are going to back the tractor over those mounts? I'm not puttin any money on that happenin first try... good luck! And have your torch with a rosebud handy...

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03-26-2013 08:04:16

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 Re: Ferguson Mower Pins in reply to Tony in Mass., 03-25-2013 22:00:57  
What color do you want to paint pins?? lol

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03-25-2013 19:32:14

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 Re: Ferguson Mower Pins in reply to miner09, 03-25-2013 19:08:04  


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03-26-2013 17:57:24

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 Re: Ferguson Mower Pins in reply to miner09, 03-25-2013 19:32:14  
you need a ball behind the nut kind a like the three point hitch ball and it has to bottom out on the bracket so the socket on the arm can rotate freely. your on the right track but the nut will come loses when rise and lower the mower

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03-27-2013 19:31:04

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 Re: Ferguson Mower Pins in reply to marloweg, 03-26-2013 17:57:24  
I not sure you're thinking correctly on that. If you're saying the part behind the nut rotates up and down, it doesn't. That's part of the ridgid triangular unit the top of which hooks into the long hinged pin under the top link and these bracket pins. As the mower raises up and down it pivots on that ball under the bottom of the arm. You can see it in the picture.

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03-27-2013 19:45:54

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 Re: Ferguson Mower Pins in reply to IrvIa, 03-27-2013 19:31:04  
oops sorry your right on the movement but they still have a ball that goes on first that why the hook end is concaved to lock with the ball

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