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Harry Ferguson Tractors Discussion Forum
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Ferguson blade

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Ron Zega

01-24-2014 11:27:08
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I recently purchased a Ferguson adjustable rear blade, Type BEO - 20. It has the Ferguson tag and a tag reading manufactured by the Carrington Terracer Company, Fulton, Missouri. It is very rusty around the release mechanism, the spring, and the handle is bent. Does anyone have a manual, pictures, or any idea where I could find the parts. I am enclosing some pictures. I paid $200.00 for it.

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Richard L

01-24-2014 17:39:54
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 Re: Ferguson blade in reply to Ron Zega, 01-24-2014 11:27:08  
Ron, I think you did the same thing I did straightened the lever to much. It is suppose to have some bend to it but I can't tell you how much. I am guessing there should be about three inches coming straight up out of the slot then there is a bend. I think when you hook it on the tractor you will see why the bend has to be in there.



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Ron Zega

01-25-2014 11:12:36
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 Re: Ferguson blade in reply to Richard L, 01-24-2014 17:39:54  
I want to thank everyone who responded to my post. I am learning that no matter what implement you buy someone has made a modification to it. Looking at my blade the rear lever is definitely home made, apparently to change blade angles without getting off the tractor.

Also, I like the pictures of the various paint schemes and some of the history of this blade that was supplied.


I have posted three times on this site and each time the info was great. I bought some brackets for my transport box, found out the price for a three point pto driven buck saw was way to high, and now the blade.

Thanks again.

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s19438

01-24-2014 14:29:36
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 Re: Ferguson blade in reply to Ron Zega, 01-24-2014 11:27:08  

PICS OF MINE I PICKED UP LAST SPRInG.

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miner09

01-24-2014 17:25:12
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 Re: Ferguson blade in reply to s19438, 01-24-2014 14:29:36  

There is a Ferguson and a Carrington Blade close for sale. They only have one tag each. The three point hitch is a little different on each. There is also a tilt adjustment on the Carrington that the Ferguson doesn't have. Apparently Carrington made blades just with their brand that was different. Pictures are at the Expo last year in Mo., picture of terrace proto-type was built for Ferguson that was never marketed.

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Maxwell 99

01-24-2014 11:46:51
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 Re: Ferguson blade in reply to Ron Zega, 01-24-2014 11:27:08  
Good deal, looks great,
Might try some aerokroil penetrating oil I buy mine at napa, stuff works great.

Very nice machine, do not want to break anything taking it apart. Mf dealer might not have any spare parts.

Post a picture when you are through



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Tom Bowman

01-24-2014 11:40:26
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 Re: Ferguson blade in reply to Ron Zega, 01-24-2014 11:27:08  
Ron, there's a manual for a similar Ferguson/Carrington blade posted in the "Manuals" section of the "other" N Tractor Board.

I can't post a link now, but if you have trouble finding it, just post back or send me an e-mail.



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