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#5Mower cable lift ???????

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04-12-2003 20:55:20

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I have a 1942 A [no hydrolics]I want to put a #5 mower behined.JD made a cable lift off rockshaft.I have scamatics from deere,shows exploded veiw and part#s.I perchest lift arm from dealer in Mich. but I dont have the rest or loction of pullies and rockshaft side.I have a #5 owners manual it tells nothing.Any help or parts would be apreciated FRITZ

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04-12-2003 22:08:21

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 Re: #5Mower cable lift ??????? in reply to Fritz, 04-12-2003 20:55:20  
Wow,you are right, I just looked in my #5 mower book dated 1950 and it does NOT show the cable lift option. I looked in another #5 mower book dated 1956 and it DOES show the cable lift option.
I have the cable lift option on my mower along with the parts for Hydraulic cylinder lift or foot lift options.
Here's a picture of the page showing the cable lift option. If you look close you can see the two pulleys. Also the special lever on the mower end of the cable. There are also two metal straps on the mower end of the cable, they have several sets of holes to adjust the length of the cable, and a offset bend in them. Those details you can not see in this picture.

I think I've got an extra copy of this later edition of the #5 mower book if anyone is interested.

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04-12-2003 22:11:08

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 Re: Re: #5Mower cable lift ??????? in reply to Craig-MN, 04-12-2003 22:08:21  

Is there a picture now? Don't know why it did not work the first time.

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04-13-2003 19:40:46

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 Re: Re: Re: #5Mower cable lift ??????? in reply to Here's the missing picture, 04-12-2003 22:11:08  
Craig this veiw will help thanks FRITZ.

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