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Jason S.

08-23-2013 12:28:17

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So why the pics of the Dearborn 14-15 top link bracket? Are you trying to put one on your Ferguson?

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08-23-2013 12:58:31

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That was my plan. Will it not fit?

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Jason S.

08-23-2013 13:53:48

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 Re: Alternator Question in reply to jcmorgan31, 08-23-2013 12:58:31 long as you have that top link bracket and the lift arm extensions it will fit fine. I have one I use on my TO-20.

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08-23-2013 14:01:49

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Well, my father mowed with the 14-15 on his TO20 for years without the top link bracket, the extensions or the correct under axle bracket. My father passed away this fall and I inherited all his equipment. I cut the field with it back in June and it was a pain so I started reading and learned about all the missing brackets. So far I've found the correct under axle bracket with the ball socket and the top link bracket. No luck on the extensions yet, but I'm still lookin.

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08-23-2013 15:45:43

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 Re: Alternator Question in reply to jcmorgan31, 08-23-2013 14:01:49  
Most people just make the 8 3/4" extensions. I got lucky and found an original set for mine. I have hooked mine up once without the top link bracket and extensions and it was way harder to hook up than it would be normally, plus I lifted mine up and it jammed the lift and wouldn't come back down. If you have all the parts you can hook that mower up in about 5-10 mins. The biggest thing I have found is to have the left hand side of the mower sitting on a piece of a 2x4 so it is a little higher than the right hand side and take the right hand check chain loose until you have the mower installed and then hook it back up.

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