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Re: Still Trying to get the 2N started

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12-26-2012 14:29:02

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Bill, I don't recall the name, stay, limit, or some other type of chains, that go from the end of the lift arms up to about where the top link is. If you had those you could jack up the blade and chain it up. Probably do similar with the front bucket/lift.

If you just gotta have the space, take the blade off and drag it out of the way. Then you can drag the tractor backwards with car or truck. Just if you have to.

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 Re: Still Trying to get the 2N started in reply to russb wa, 12-26-2012 14:29:02  
Over the years and buy lots of non-running tractors I have learned a guy can use a simple com-a-long and some creative thinking and get a loader up and off the gro8nd so one can load them up on a trailer. Most loaders have a brush guard built in so you simply hook the com-a-long to the brush guard and the lowest arm /.part of the loader and pull it up and off the ground and maybe use a 2nd com-a-long to hold the bucket from rolling forward. Same can be done by removing the center link and putting a com-a-long in its place and then you can get a back blade up

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