If you don't have a ditch or hill to nose it down into but you do have a good, heavy hoist you can do it that way too. Thinking of yourself as an apprentice proctologist will make the job go easier. Seriously though, it is a very simple job.
Re: pto shaft in reply to gwstang, 07-05-2013 18:36:45
I agree. Pretty safe though. 3 ton gantry crane, 3 ton chain hoist and two 3500 lb nylon straps would lift the whole tractor pretty easily. I took that pic a few years ago. That shop is gone now. Giant machine/fabrication shop closed and everything auctioned off. Sad.
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