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Re: 3020 sitting on its own

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JD Seller

01-14-2014 17:05:16
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RBnSC:

You should make a flat iron bracket, like the double front weight bracket has, that would bolt to the outside of your frame rail using the center holes. This would help strengthen the frame a lot. A piece of 1/2 x 4 inch flat with the holes drilled in the center would help a lot.

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01-14-2014 17:40:44
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 Re: 3020 sitting on its own in reply to JD Seller, 01-14-2014 17:05:16  
Good idea. I take it that you don't have much faith in my welding..:)
Ron



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Bob Bancroft

01-14-2014 18:33:10
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 Re: 3020 sitting on its own in reply to RBnSC, 01-14-2014 17:40:44  
He may be thinking that the joint is in a very vulnerable spot. I was surprised when I noticed the side frame on my 2520 twisting a little with a side mounted sickle bar mower hanging on it! There is no give in the side frame of any of the older AC's I've had the same mower on.



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