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82S Mower on WD45

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AdamEichele

12-26-2018 18:09:54




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I am running into a issue with my AC 82S Mower. The outer shoe with the ledger plate is shot. I tried buying a new Holland brand new shoe but the bar is to thick for it. The old shoe was wore out causing the mower to plug up at the end. Does anyone have a outer shoe for sale with the ledger plate in for sale? I would send the check in the mail and pay for shipping.---adam




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AdamEichele

12-29-2018 17:29:59




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 Re: 82S Mower on WD45 in reply to AdamEichele, 12-26-2018 18:09:54  
Yes as long as it will fit the 82S bar and has the ledger plate. My CP# is 7012024196. I can send a check to pay for shipping as well. I live in central nd. Look forward to working with you---adam



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hd6gtom

12-29-2018 17:03:00




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 Re: 82S Mower on WD45 in reply to AdamEichele, 12-26-2018 18:09:54  
If he doesn't have 1, I know I have one on a mower out back. I do have quite a few used parts for those mowers.



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Brian G. NY

12-27-2018 07:16:47




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 Re: 82S Mower on WD45 in reply to AdamEichele, 12-26-2018 18:09:54  
BTW, I have had a bigger problem with that special ledger plate on the inner shoe.

I had to devise a custom shim to bring it up where it meets the knife so it wouldn't "clog up".

It takes quite a lot of patience to get one of these mowers set up right but when you do it is a pleasure to use.



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AdamEichele

12-27-2018 08:45:59




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 Re: 82S Mower on WD45 in reply to Brian G. NY, 12-27-2018 07:16:47  
I do use a double split end section. It helps but the new Holland shoe doesn't line up. I would be interested buying one off of someone. my number is 7012024196. Otherwise I will have to cut up the new Holland shoe.



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Bob Bancroft

12-27-2018 08:25:10




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 Re: 82S Mower on WD45 in reply to Brian G. NY, 12-27-2018 07:16:47  
I like wise have had to amend that inner ledger plate holder.

I probably would have been just as far ahead to start with some flat stock, rather than starting with the NH skid, for the price of it!

I did put one of those knife-and-a-half's out on the end. It helped. My problem is I mow edges and ditches with this mower, so it's alternately a dozer, rock picker, wire cutter, brush cutter/chomper, you name it!

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Brian G. NY

12-27-2018 07:12:30




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 Re: 82S Mower on WD45 in reply to AdamEichele, 12-26-2018 18:09:54  
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I did exactly as Bob did.

I never installed one of those split sections although I have been considering it.
With the hold downs adjusted properly and sharp sections, I rarely ever have a problem.



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Bob Bancroft

12-27-2018 02:41:35




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 Re: 82S Mower on WD45 in reply to AdamEichele, 12-26-2018 18:09:54  
You can, after a fashion, rivet a new ledger plate to the end shoe. Although, I had to tack weld mine to keep it tight. I did take a NH skid and adapt it to fit the AC shoe, and I have the skid dropped as far as it will go.



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Traditional Farmer

12-26-2018 18:49:54




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 Re: 82S Mower on WD45 in reply to AdamEichele, 12-26-2018 18:09:54  
I have a bunch of Twin wheel drive mowers for parts might even have a NOS end.Couple questions though what type of end section are you using on your sickle assembly? To keep it from plugging you need to run a double or split section.Also do you have the slide on the end shoe to hold it up?



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AdamEichele

12-27-2018 14:21:30




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 Re: 82S Mower on WD45 in reply to Traditional Farmer, 12-26-2018 18:49:54  
I am interested in buying one if you have it. 7012024196.



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