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bruce colbourne

10-10-2013 11:47:47
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FROM THE LOOK OF THE SECOND PICTURE THE PIPE HOLDING THE PULLEY NEEDS TO BE PUSHED IN AND TURNED SO THE HOLES IN THE PIPE AND THE HOLE IN THE SHAFT LINE UP AND PUT A BOLT INTO THE HOLE.THIS SHOULD LINE UP YOUR BELT.




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Rex Simpkins

10-10-2013 15:19:44
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 Re: Questions about Massey mower in reply to bruce colbourne, 10-10-2013 11:47:47  
Not to sure if I understand, I think the angle of the photo is misleading, the only adjustment I can see is the cam type plate with the bolt in it that can rotate the whole pulley assm. but I think the part you are seeing that needs a bolt is where the PTO shaft slides on.



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Unclemerle

10-10-2013 15:43:11
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 Re: Questions about Massey mower in reply to Rex Simpkins, 10-10-2013 15:19:44  
You rotate the cam till it is strait up and down or inline with the dynabalence head.



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Rex Simpkins

10-10-2013 18:31:26
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 Re: Questions about Massey mower in reply to Unclemerle, 10-10-2013 15:43:11  
Thanks, It is a little stiff right now, so when it stop raining I can see if it will free up.



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