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Re: question regarding cable connection

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05-06-2013 03:28:22

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I'm not sure if you are talking about the dearborn frame or ARPS frame. but if you are using the eye bolts to connect the cable and maybe bolted thru the front axle. If you don't have the proper guide bracket when the snowplow blade is angle the snow will push it to one side and you may damage frame and the point in foront or by the axle, racking the frame. You can probably make something out of angle iron to help guide the frame


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05-06-2013 08:33:17

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 Re: question regarding cable connection in reply to Kirk-NJ, 05-06-2013 03:28:22  
I have a dearborn and will be replacing the cables. Currently there is an eyebolt on each front bracket and then the cable is looped through the eye of the bolt. The eye of the bolt is on top of the bracket. The cable should be in a sleeve on the bottom of the bracket and the sleeve should go up through the bracket. The top of the sleeve should hold a threaded rod and topped with a washer and nut. This was the original way of connecting it.

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05-06-2013 12:10:59

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 Re: question regarding cable connection in reply to award, 05-06-2013 08:33:17  
Ok, now I understand. I thought maybe you were just using the Eye bolts thru the front axle without the guides.


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