Posted by Jason S. on January 05, 2013 at 05:51:06 from (220.127.116.11):
In Reply to: Re: bracket posted by John(UK) on January 05, 2013 at 02:55:25:
Ok, there is something I don"t understand about this. The pics that miner posted are from the 6A-E0-B20 manual and it shows the bracket with the ball. The mowers I have are 6A-EO-A20 mowers and they are made for the bracket with the ball. The pic you posted looks like a the pic from the Dearborn 14-1 owners manual. It doesn"t show that bracket with the ball, but the dealer parts book for that mower does show the bracket with the ball as well it shows the bracket with the ball for all the later model Dearborn mowers. Was this an oversight on Dearborns part in their manual? Or did they make a change at some point and some very early ones did not use that bracket while the Ferguson mowers did?
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