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Re: JD 350 Sickle bar

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James Howell

01-09-2013 12:33:39

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The photo below shows the pivot arm of a JD 350 mower.


Notice the green chain attached to the pivot arm by a clevis.

The other end of the chain is attached to the mower main frame.

This allows the mower to be raised without using the drawbar.

Take a look at this video to see the mower setup.

Hope this helps.

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01-09-2013 13:52:25

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 Re: JD 350 Sickle bar in reply to James Howell, 01-09-2013 12:33:39  
You are awesome. Beautiful sickle. Enjoyed watching video.
So all you have is a chain from pivot arm to sickle frame? What is the chain going left to right between 3pt lift arms? Just wondering.
Thanks for you help

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James Howell

01-09-2013 15:25:34

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 Re: JD 350 Sickle bar in reply to Young7117, 01-09-2013 13:52:25  
Glad you enjoyed the video; there are several other videos on my channel of the 350 mowers in action.

Yes, all I have is a chain from the pivot arm to the mower main frame.

The chain going left to right between 3pt lift arms is usually attached to the drawbar to reduce/eliminate the "sway" of the mower.

This is a 7ft mower that is used as a "backup" to the 9ft mower.

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