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Re: Tractor mower relationship

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09-28-2013 06:05:48

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thanks for your reply's,

the first picture is with the blade all the way out, second picture is with the blade all the way in.

I replaced the pitman many years ago, I bought it at the MF dealer for the mower, but it may have been a universal, at the time I did not know about register of the blade to the guards.

I do have the original manual that came with the mower when dad bought it new in about 1960.

if the blade will completely cover the guard at any one point in its rotation cycle, then would that not be the same as full register,

just would not happen the full stroke.

grandkids coming today, so I cannot work on it anymore. I parked it in the back of the tool shed, so they will not get around it.

I need to form a blade guard for it, as my grand daughter always wants to ride little Fergy. and she gets what she wants from grandpa!!!!

it can be a dangerous tool.

again, thanks for your reply's

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09-28-2013 10:09:27

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 Re: Tractor mower relationship in reply to maxwell99, 09-28-2013 06:05:48  
That must be a newer version of my 'balance head' FEO-20... 5&1/2 point hitch mower.... I still haven't mastered putting it on... comes off really easy tho.. seems half the Ferguson brand implements made were something beside 'basic 3 point hitch'.
yep, the section bar is 'out of time'. Maybe John's manual will sort that out without wasting your old shaft... hopefully you are an inch too long rather than already too short. That's when a collection of old hockey sticks come in handy.... or are you too far south for that madness???

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