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Re: What's this bracket for?

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05-01-2013 18:09:13

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I have no idea what those pins are for but as Vito said, anchor pins for the Row Crop Stabilizer Bars are supposed to be bolted in the holes on those "ears".

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05-01-2013 19:31:28

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 Re: What's this bracket for? in reply to Texas!, 05-01-2013 18:09:13  
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Are you guys saying the stabilizer bars that keep the 3PT arms from swaying?
These are so close together, not even as wide as the drawbar plate, I'm having
trouble seeing how the arms could reach out that far and raise with the 3PT

without hitting the drawbar mount.

Maybe I better go do some digging on how those bars attach!

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05-01-2013 20:30:39

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 Re: What's this bracket for? in reply to Royse, 05-01-2013 19:31:28  
Stabalizer bars on 7/9xx row crop tractors are entirely different from those used on utility tractors.

They are short, offset and difficult to find. They attach to the inside of the lift arms.


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05-01-2013 20:49:23

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 Re: What's this bracket for? in reply to Dean, 05-01-2013 20:30:39  
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Thanks Dean. I wasn't doubting what Alan and Vito said, I've just never seen

them in use I guess. I was thinking of the ones on the utilities as you stated.

If anyone has a picture of them I'd love to see how they hook up.

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05-02-2013 07:00:14

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 Re: What's this bracket for? in reply to Royse, 05-01-2013 20:49:23  
yep.. rowcrops are not your average dog. :)

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