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Barry Stiff

01-03-2008 15:07:45




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Can anyone tell me what the bar is that runs the length of the seat frame behind the seat in this photo of my 42 b. It looks like there is an arm on the right side attached to another bar. That arm seems to be missing on the left side. I have the smaller bar held up with a tie wrap. It looks like some sort of lift but I am not sure Thanks in advance.

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Barry Stiff

01-05-2008 05:34:41




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 Re: missing part in reply to Barry Stiff, 01-03-2008 15:07:45  
Thanks. I thought it was a lift for something. Do you know if that would have been factory equipment, or added later.



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D13

01-05-2008 09:42:59




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 Re: missing part in reply to Barry Stiff, 01-05-2008 05:34:41  
Either, but usually it came with a piece of equipment. The rockshaft is different for different pieces of equipment. Basically the mechanical or hydraulic lift push (usualy on the RH side), the shaft rotates in its brackets, and the arm out the back lifts up.



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Barry Stiff

01-05-2008 11:41:43




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 Re: missing part in reply to D13, 01-05-2008 09:42:59  
Thanks again. Since the left arm seems to have snapped off some time ago, I think I'll just take the mechanism off. I don't like seeing that tie wrap holding up the hydraulic arm. I think i'll see if I could have an arm made and welded on at some point.



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01-03-2008 16:12:14




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 Re: missing part in reply to Barry Stiff, 01-03-2008 15:07:45  
Cultivator lift or a plow lift. I used one to make a 3 point for my C but could also be done on a B



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