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Ford Buzz Saw Fit CA

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02-12-2008 14:21:09

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I was telling dad we need to sifen the Gas out of the CAs befor it went bad and use it we only use them in the summer to mow with but dad said run them the one has 3pt and insted of just running it I was wandering about puting it on the buzz saw has any one tried this I figur I will need a diferent belt but it is one of those 3pt Dear Born ones the belt pully is on the right side of the tractor

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02-13-2008 19:13:52

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 Re: Ford Buzz Saw Fit CA in reply to 1755, 02-12-2008 14:21:09  
If it is a Deerborne setup for a Ford it should have the pulley for the left side. My DeerBorne Cord saw is setup on my 8N---pulley faces left rear tire..

Keith & Shawn(Special Olympic Champion)

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02-15-2008 15:19:54

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 Re: Ford Buzz Saw Fit CA in reply to Keith-OR, 02-13-2008 19:13:52  
yes that is the right saw the tractors pully is on the left side when seting in the seat I ment the pully is on the right side of the tractor to put the belt on the pully of the saw if the tin work and the rock shaft for the hitch dont get in the way the pully is up under the floor and alitel more off to the side insted of on the back like the Ford and the Oliver 550 we use it on thanks for puting the pic up to look at is that a origonal manual I wander if you can still get them thanks

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