yes you can tilt the entire sickle from flat to the ground up to about 10 degrees. your angle of attack if you will. (front to back) Lengthwise it will supposedly cut from 45 degrees below level, up to 45 degrees above level. Haven't tried it yet, still have to grease everything, and put on the belts. I'm a little concerned where the pitman meets the sickle. It's a ball and socjket joint and it's a little sloppy.... we'll see
Re: Dearborn mower Pic in reply to Kirk-NJ, 05-06-2013 18:18:39
I hope mine does the same. I know mine will mow up high, but i think i mispoke. I don't think it will go down as far as 45 degrees. I was quoting the old ford advertising. I don't see the inner shoe moving so it would let the bar down that far. Of course if the tractor is on the same slope, then maybe. But that would be a little scary!
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