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12-24-2009 15:40:03

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 Re: splitingjacks in reply to looking, 12-20-2009 12:03:51  
I mount a bulldog jack on each side of the engine rear. Then make up a low trailer that is fastened under the transmission. a couple welded brace arms fitting up to the 3 point arm mounting pins works good. then set a bottle jack on trailer and push rear of tractor back.

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12-20-2009 13:48:48

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 Re: splitingjacks in reply to looking, 12-20-2009 12:03:51  
google cofer mfg, KS. Large Bulldog jacks, bolted to the frame, also work, and with wheels or on a wheeled frame, move easily.

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12-20-2009 12:54:30

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 Re: splitingjacks in reply to looking, 12-20-2009 12:03:51  
there is a guy selling splitting stands on ebay. I wedged blocks of wood between frame and front axle to keep from tipping. used floorjack and cribbing to get to the height of bottom of tourque tube. and cribbing under each rear axle tube and small jack under trans to keep rear from tipping forward. simply unbolt the two halves and roll the front half forward. my 190 is sitting this way as we speak. and it does cost anything to do it like this.

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