Posted by Badger08 on October 01, 2012 at 15:35:16 from (184.108.40.206):
Alright, got this plow home, and got the part I needed, show up against the shed. It's the casting that when you pull the clutch rope and there is a little 'finger' to stop the trip lever. On the plow it's broke off, so got another one which isn't.
I thought by undoing the bolt on the bottom and a little heat it would come off the axle, but maybe it's not supposed to, and even if so it's so froze on maybe easier to just switch axle's and be done with it. I don't want to be to aggressive with it since it's cast and bust it.
Next question is, my tires are set for 38 inch rows and hate to move them in. I didn't need to for my #44 plow, it being 2 16's I could slide the hitch setup enough on the plow it works fine. This #52 being 2 12's though, I made it so it works, but am I asking to much?
What's weird is on my 44 you can slide the bar your hitch bolts to any which way. On the 52 I thought you could to but there but it only fits one way, or else you flip it and it fits that way to, but no left to right like on my 44. Unless someone drilled a hole in that part of the bar to make it fit.
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