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WD LIFT ARMS

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JR.Frye

02-06-2010 11:13:45




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I got these lift arms with the wd45 that I bought.
I think I need adjustable part insted of the solid one, is that right.Many thanks
HAVE A GRET DAY
JR.Frye




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Steven-Id

02-07-2010 15:16:11




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 Re: WD LIFT ARMS in reply to JR.Frye, 02-06-2010 11:13:45  
Does your wd have the snap couplers on the lift arms? Those look kind of like some that my mother in law has on an aftermarket 3pt hitch for her wd. I could try to get some pictures but I will have to dig them out of the snow. To use them there also has to be a top link attachment usually around the main lift shaft.

Steven



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JR.Frye

02-07-2010 15:51:43




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 Re: WD LIFT ARMS in reply to Steven-Id, 02-07-2010 15:16:11  

All I can tell you is what I see in the pic, I will now more when the tractor and all the other stuff gets here.
but many thanks any way ok.
JR.



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old

02-06-2010 13:10:10




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 Re: WD LIFT ARMS in reply to JR.Frye, 02-06-2010 11:13:45  
Well first off those are not made for a WD or WD45 they are aftermarket or maybe even ford I know they sure look like ford 3 point arms. Any how yes having one the adjusts is a good thing but if set up right is only needed for a few thing



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JR.Frye

02-06-2010 13:51:41




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 Re: WD LIFT ARMS in reply to old, 02-06-2010 13:10:10  

Ok if these are for a ford they must be light weaght steel, so where can I find the right ones that I need? and how much would they be?
MANT THANKS
JR.Frye



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old

02-06-2010 15:44:27




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 Re: WD LIFT ARMS in reply to JR.Frye, 02-06-2010 13:51:41  
Well a WD or WD45 did not have a 3 point hitch on them when new. They had snap couplers or pin couplers on them. But if your has been set up for a 3 point those will work just fine I was just letting you know they where not made for your tractor just that they are after market/add on things.



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JR.Frye

02-06-2010 15:58:29




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 Re: WD LIFT ARMS in reply to old, 02-06-2010 15:44:27  

Thank you very much. My thought was for the lift arms if they would be heavy enough to handle a post hole digger this spring.
JR.Fyre



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old

02-06-2010 16:03:31




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 Re: WD LIFT ARMS in reply to JR.Frye, 02-06-2010 15:58:29  
Well think of it this way. Cat 1 3 point arms are made to be used on tractors up to and even over 50HP and a WD or WD45 is not near that so yep you will be more then ok with them



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JR.Frye

02-06-2010 17:35:02




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 Re: WD LIFT ARMS in reply to old, 02-06-2010 16:03:31  

MANY MANY THANKS:
That makes me feel better:
HAVE A GREAT EVENING AND STAY WARM.
JR.Frye



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