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Re: One arm loader bracket for a Jubilee

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Ultradog MN

12-13-2012 16:47:37
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It belongs to a friend of mine.
I saw it in a pile of stuff in his shop and though I'd never seen one I recognized it right away as a hip bracket. Didn't know if it was for a Dexta or a Jube
I borrowed it to get some photos of it and if someone were interested in better photos I can take some.
Wouldn't this fit on a 600 too? I didn't think to ask if it was for sale.
I will call him about that.

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soundguy

12-13-2012 17:05:30
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 Re: One arm loader bracket for a Jubilee in reply to Ultradog MN, 12-13-2012 16:47:37  
nope.. it's a naa/jube only deal. the 55-64 machines all took a different one.

that one has a tube ont he bottom for a single bolt going along the plane of the bracket, and that lip ont he back hookes to a flat plate that is sandwiched under the steering box... a jube has no upper holes in it's bellhousing like a 55+ does.

a bracket for a 55+ has 3 holes. 2 at the top for the top of the bellhousing at the squared off boss where the sn is, and a lower single hole. all go thru and intersect the plane of the body of the bracket, vs running parallel to it.

it's a nice find.

like I said. it can be duped.. i helped someone dupe one.. but it's nicer to find one premade.

and the brackets for the jube, 8n and dexta are virtualy unobtanioum nowadays..

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Ultradog MN

12-14-2012 16:56:34
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 Re: One arm loader bracket for a Jubilee in reply to soundguy, 12-13-2012 17:05:30  
The front bracket for a 3 cyl 2/3000 with the light bolster is made of the same material.
I've seen one of these NAA brackets now.
I still haven't seen a real one of those.



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12-14-2012 21:16:36
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 Re: One arm loader bracket for a Jubilee in reply to Ultradog MN, 12-14-2012 16:56:34  
is the LD 3 cyl bracket that thing that looks like a bent arm with a wide edged socket at the end?



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