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AC G rear cultivator question

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glou b

02-27-2010 12:51:43

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The furrowing bar/rear cultivator setup on my G has a problem. The quadrant assembly and lift lever are both bent. I pretty sure the quadrant assembly is meant to have a slight angle to a vertical line from the floor, but mine is bent almost 45 degrees. My lift lever is also all bent and twisted. Can someone tell me how far the top of their quadrant is from the side of their radiator. Also in the G implement manual the lift lever appears to be completely straight. Is that accurate. Thanks.

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02-27-2010 17:43:45

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 Re: AC G rear cultivator question in reply to glou b, 02-27-2010 12:51:43  
Send me your e-mail and I'll send pictures. Thanks mnmkeener@gmail.com

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02-27-2010 16:47:25

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 Re: AC G rear cultivator question in reply to glou b, 02-27-2010 12:51:43  
The ratchet assy is 3 inches from radiator and the lift lever assy. is bent a little to go between fender and tire on my G. The lever cannot be straight. Hope this helps.

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02-27-2010 16:49:15

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 Re: AC G rear cultivator question in reply to miner09, 02-27-2010 16:47:25  
Give me a little time and I'll send you a picture, maybe it will help.

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