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Implement Alley Discussion Forum

IH #8 plow trip lever

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povertyknob

03-11-2018 19:34:28




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Does anyone know if the trip levers are cast or steel, mine somehow broke today and the broken ends look like cast or potmetal but it looked like it could have been welded to? Also the pitman arm that goes from the frame to the arm out of the clutch lift, are they the same on a hydraulic lift?? I tried my arm off my 3 bottom hydraulic and it seemed to work.. Thanks in advance




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Dave S.

03-13-2018 16:54:16




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 Re: IH #8 plow trip lever in reply to povertyknob, 03-11-2018 19:34:28  
Have 6 # 8 plows and I am pretty sure they are steel. Have had them break away from tractor, break the rope but never hurt the lever. Do not think cast would take that without breaking off. I guess you are talking about the lever the rope attaches to.



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povertyknob

03-13-2018 17:27:47




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 Re: IH #8 plow trip lever in reply to Dave S., 03-13-2018 16:54:16  
Yes Dave S, the trip rope lever is what Im referring to, I assumed they were steel but where mine broke it looked like cast.



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plowman

03-13-2018 15:26:17




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 Re: IH #8 plow trip lever in reply to povertyknob, 03-11-2018 19:34:28  
Hi I say levers are cast. Arm are different lengths. I have levers. Thanks Steve 419-618-0017



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