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#5 Mower on 39B

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02-06-2002 04:04:09

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Does anyone know if I can mount a #5 mower to a 39B tractor? The tractor does not have hydraulics or rockshafts. Also the 39 has a smaller PTO shaft than the later (1944 and up) B's.

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RL Armstrong

02-06-2002 17:20:33

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 Re: #5 Mower on 39B in reply to Brian, 02-06-2002 04:04:09  
Brian, Like Jerry said. I have a 39 B with the foot lift & if you find the right #5 it may already have the small PTO coupler. They looked just like the larger ones & have two cross bolts to attach the to the tractor. You then use the hand lift to lock it in the raised postion for transport. You should the the roller type draw bar? The brackets are about 1.5 angle iron bent back 90 degree's with one hole for mower mount on each side & should have a axle brace also. We don't use it much & its not for sale sorry. RLA

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02-06-2002 16:43:01

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 Re: #5 Mower on 39B in reply to Brian, 02-06-2002 04:04:09  
#9 was the correct mower for 430....strickly a 3 could use a 39 also.....

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Ken Talatzko

02-06-2002 15:45:21

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 Re: #5 Mower on 39B in reply to Brian, 02-06-2002 04:04:09  
Yes you can put the #5 on your "B". In fact it is the correct mower for you tractor. If you'd like,I can send you a fax with an attachment showing the hardware involved. let me know....Ken

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John T

02-06-2002 09:00:56

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 Re: #5 Mower on 39B in reply to Brian, 02-06-2002 04:04:09  
Brian, sure you can hook one up they are of sililar vintage to your tractor. The Model 5 was the first tractor powered unit while the Model 4 and earlier were horse drawn. I like the drawbar mounts with the cylindrical horizontal side shoe brackets on both sides of the tractors drawbar assembly and of course, you need one with the big manual lifting lever since you lack hydraulics. I am considering mounting one to my unstyled B to take to shows. Ol John T

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02-06-2002 07:46:57

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 Re: #5 Mower on 39B in reply to Brian, 02-06-2002 04:04:09  
I have a #5 mower that came off of a JD B tractor we used to use.
It has a foot pedal to raise the bar and if I remember right bolted to the drawbar.
I want to mount it to a JD 430 with 3 pt. hitch.

Maybe we could swap mounting brackets.
I would have to look at the mower over the weekend as the farm is over a 100 miles away.

What was your mower mounted too.


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Jerry S

02-06-2002 09:34:19

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 Re: Re: #5 Mower on 39B in reply to Phil, 02-06-2002 07:46:57  
Phil, I have used a foot clutch for a #5 and it bolts to the left axle on the back side. Then there is the long rod assembly that goes back to the mower. I have a #5 I use now that they made to fit a 3 point. They took off the front mounting bar that you would bolt to the begger bars then put the three point ears bolted through that existing hole. Problem is that you must use a hydraulic cylinder or else the old manual lift bar cause the foot clutch won't work. Also, the hydraulic won't work quite right if your power trol isn't set right or else you lift the 3 point and have a heck of a mess. You would also need to get a longer PTO shaft since you add a lot of distance between the mower and tractor now. I actually like the setup but don't have that many acres to mow.

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02-06-2002 04:41:59

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 Re: #5 Mower on 39B in reply to Brian, 02-06-2002 04:04:09  
Yes, the mower should mount to the drawbar frame. Then you'll need an adapter to change your 1 1/8 PTO to 1 3/8.

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