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Re: '51 A, original part??

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Posted by rla on October 08, 2012 at 07:43:40 from (

In Reply to: '51 A, original part?? posted by Mike(NEOhio) on October 06, 2012 at 19:14:56:

I know what you are talking about, But I've been
unable to find out exactly what it was for?

Years ago I bought 1950 cylclone B at a
auction .. It came equipted with some options
that I've seen befor one I had never seen..
It had the 1/2 rod under the battery box that
mounted a triangular heavy bracket to the
side of the box on the L/H side & a 5/8 rod
that came from the bracket & traveled all the
way down the draw bar support. This 5/8 rod
was only threaded on each end about 1" long
each end with should built into the rod so it
wouldn't pull threw the hole. This triangle
bracket had a couple extra square holes for
1/2 inch carriage bolts on the side & it was
molded around the back of the box about 1.5
inchs. It fit the battery box like a GLOVE.
On the right side of the box the threaded rod
came out through the hole between the battery
box mounting suport lugs on top the rock
This rod then mounted a fancy heavy
manufactured Light Bracket that would allow
light to shine Right Rear of Tractor. None of
these parts appeared to be HOME MADE. I still
have the light bracket & lite that is a John
Deere rear Lamp. Just like the one mounted in
the back of the box. Both lights could be
adjusted where ever operater wanted them to
broadcast light.

I had asked at that time what this bracket was
for? I received no answer at the time. It is
NOT in the B or A Parts Book, my personal
conclusion since it was designed for other
mounting hardware or braces it was for a Cotten
Picker mounting super structer seat extension
or something?

Does this sound like anything you have?


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