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Re: Dearborn sickel mower

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Ultradog MN

07-08-2013 08:27:00

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We must have been typing at the same time.
Read my post and tell me what you think.
I'm by no means an expert on this but find it interesting and welcome other opinions.

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Jason S.

07-08-2013 16:22:53

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 Re: Dearborn sickel mower in reply to Ultradog MN, 07-08-2013 08:27:00  
The book I have says that the N series,NAA,600,800,2000,and 3000 all had 32" lift arms. So the difference would not be there, unless it has a different length arm installed. The difference may be in where the top link bracket hooks on to the axle housing which is why they lengthened the slot on the 14-59 and 14-73 mowers so it would accommodate the difference. The top link on my 14-15 was bent a little so I took the one off of the 14-73 I had and swapped them. It was a straight swap, no difference in the length or anything just the slot was longer. You had asked about the earlier mowers, I have two 14-1 mowers...well they are the Ferguson A-EO-A20 mowers but they are identical to the Dearborn 14-1 mowers and the breakaway bars are the same length between the 14-1,14-2,14-15,14-16,14-59, and 14-73 and they all use the same sway bar so there isn"t a difference in the geometry between them. Yes they hook up different, because they 14-1 uses the old 25" Ford/ Ferguson top link that has the teeth to lock the chain in but they still use the same lift arm length.

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