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Re: Back to the 2N and mower

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06-21-2013 11:03:11

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Glenn, what did you change? In your top pic I see a couple of things that some mentioned already, the lift pins on the mower are higher than I would expect and the top chain should be tighter so the back of the mower lifts higher. I don't use chains on my 5' KK, it runs slightly down hill in front when lowered and the back is slightly up when fully raised. My lift arms on the tractor are angled down more than I see on yours (lower at the mower attachment point, higher at the tractor) There's something about the angles there that aren't kosher. But as long as it works for you! Have fun with it and be safe.

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Glenn D

06-21-2013 11:20:46

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 Re: Back to the 2N and mower in reply to W_B, 06-21-2013 11:03:11  
I actually didn't change anything from the above set up. I jury rigged a stop for the lift so it wouldn't go too high and jam with the drive line. a few bits and pieces later I'll have a more permanent set up. and it will top out before the shaft hits the mower.

My arms do go almost all thew way to the ground. As Soundguy pointed out the attaching points are pretty high on the mower. I guess it could go on tractors with larger wheels.

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06-21-2013 18:15:40

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 Re: Back to the 2N and mower in reply to Glenn D, 06-21-2013 11:20:46  
I'm guessing it's just an illusion but in all your pictures, your back tires look under inflated.

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