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Re: Ferguson Mower Pins

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miner09

03-25-2013 19:32:14
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marloweg

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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 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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