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Re: land leveler

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12-16-2012 19:13:26

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I make a position/height control device for the 9N/2N and Ferguson T model tractors that gives you positive positioning of the lift arms. Set and forget it.

About a thousand sold in the past 10 years or so.

See my link below.


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12-18-2012 12:48:37

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 Re: land leveler in reply to ZANE, 12-16-2012 19:13:26  
zane has best answer

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12-18-2012 13:39:45

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 Re: land leveler in reply to wlc1, 12-18-2012 12:48:37  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeIt is an answer, but to a different problem than egbinor is trying to solve. Good position control does not make a leveling machine. Think road grader, with blade positioned BETWEEN the axles.

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12-19-2012 20:13:10

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 Re: land leveler in reply to JMOR, 12-18-2012 13:39:45  
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Exactly. Without that rear wheel or wheels in back of the blade, every time your wheels hit a low spot the blade goes down with the wheels. Those rear wheels hold it at a steady level.
JMOR, of course you know this. I'm just adding a little more for those that don't get it.

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