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Re: JD 350 sickle mower on a Kubota B7610

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James Howell

08-13-2014 14:56:02

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Take a look at the photos below of "Nelson" one of our JD 350 sickle mowers.

When we bought "Nelson", it did not have the drawbar clevis, lift chain, or lift clevis displayed in your photo above.

The drawbar chain is secured to the pivot arm.

The pivot arm is secured to the drawbar.

There is no contact between the PTO shaft and pivot arm at any time during operation.

Either a "sway bar" or "sway chain" will help keep your mower in position.

You might consider setting the height on your mower as displayed in the photos below.

Adjust/raise each 3pt lift arm until you can slide your fingers under the subsole.

With the mower "level", there should be ample inner shoe float.

Hope this helps and good luck with your mower.

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08-14-2014 12:00:16

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 Re: JD 350 sickle mower on a Kubota B7610 in reply to James Howell, 08-13-2014 14:56:02  

Mr Howell.

They say a picture is like 1,000 words.

I can only think of 2.
Thank You!

I found some links, clevis, made my connections similar to yours.

The entire implement lifts off the ground.

In my case, I had to slide the factory draw bar most of the way in, to better align the connections

Next is to get and read the manual.

A hardy handshake, and a tip of the hat to you.

Thanks again,

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James Howell

08-14-2014 22:09:21

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 Re: JD 350 sickle mower on a Kubota B7610 in reply to cityboy, 08-14-2014 12:00:16  
The operator's manual will be a great help "setting up" your mower.

Just let us know if you need any other help.

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