Posted by Tony in Mass. on February 01, 2013 at 16:09:53 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: T-AO-28 posted by miner09 on February 01, 2013 at 14:59:20:
Now, the real drag is there is a bracket, that I do not have a picture of- just made of ? 3/8" ?1/2"? rods, that sticks out about 6 inches from the 4 holes around the PTO, like a hollow box? The hanging linkage hooks on that thing, and that is what gives it something to hold onto when it flips- as you raise the hitch.... I am so bad at explaining this... I wonder if this model is on the 'N tractor manuals page'???? A worse one is my 'Dearborn -Lindemann' flip over plow. The thing is operated by a special top link, without that piece, got to flip over by hand standing on the ground. Ask me how I know????
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