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CA-Woods mower???

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09-09-2000 20:01:41

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I bought a CA last spring. Where should I look for a Woods belly mower? Used - New?? If used how do I know if the mounting brackets will fit. If new where should I look.

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PS I love 4th gear it really moves out!!!!

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04-15-2002 13:09:39

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 Re: CA-Woods mower??? in reply to Randy, 09-09-2000 20:01:41  
I just bought a Ford 8N and would like to purchase a 3 pt finish mower (6') for behind mowing. What model would you suggest?

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Phil Auten (TX)

09-11-2000 04:38:03

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 Re: CA-Woods mower??? in reply to Randy, 09-09-2000 20:01:41  
Check with Tractor Buddies, a Woods dealer. Link is below. Paul is a certified old iron nut and will be more than a great guy to deal with.


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09-10-2000 07:12:38

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 Re: CA-Woods mower??? in reply to Randy, 09-09-2000 20:01:41  

I put two pictures of the woods on my CA at http://community.webtv.net/rexor29/CA When the rain stops I will pull it out and get some good pictures of the lift & mounting systems. I mow about 10 to 15 acres a week with it.

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Tom Westerfield

09-10-2000 04:11:56

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 Re: CA-Woods mower??? in reply to Randy, 09-09-2000 20:01:41  
You will be very satisfied with a Woods belly mower on your CA. First, you may want to check the Woods website(http://www.woodsonline.com/). They show the connectivity for their mowers on various tractors. I have a L59. I got the deck used for $250. The lift arms on the CA have to be held down and the right cylinder is moved forward. A "stiff-arm" extends from the cyliner to a triangular piece of metal that attaches to the torque tube. A chain drops to the deck. The rear mount bracket you could build, it is a horizontal tube with brackets that attach to the wheel drive gear housing. There are two upper vertical brackets on the tube for the idler pulleys and two lower vertical brackets that the mower arms attach to. Good luck.

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09-09-2000 20:34:27

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 Re: CA-Woods mower??? in reply to Randy, 09-09-2000 20:01:41  

I got my L306 woods deck new from a local IH/case dealer for around $1,600. You can mow in 3rd gear with the 72" deck no problem. You might find a used deck but odds are you would have to buy mounting brackets for the CA. I think you have to remove the snap coupler or something if you have it. My tractor didn't have it but he ask when I got the deck.

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