Re: Drawbar ID in reply to Dellbertt, 11-22-2009 16:36:46
At first I thought it was a B drawbar, but in looking at it I think the curve is the more shallow one of a C. A B drawbar is very horseshoe shaped. That looks more like a B. Another picture shot from directly above would let us know for sure.
Re: Drawbar ID in reply to R Aiken, 11-23-2009 08:51:11
I have tried to refrain from commenting unless I go look, measure, etc. as I have seen some misled on here. I guess I better stay with that policy. I just don't remember like I used to. Just happened to look at my B- 7 holes!
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