Topic: Re: Dearborn sickel mower
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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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