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Re: Cultivator set up on a WD

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John (C-IL)

07-20-2002 05:45:28

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Robert, I have a 4 row front mount on my 45 which is the same setup. The hard part is getting the depth levers on the tractor, after that it all makes sense on where everything goes. The other tricky part is flipping the left lift cylinder around to raise the front gangs and installing the depth control rod to the clevis. If you can email me I have a couple of manuals I may be able to send you the pages you need. John

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Robert in AL.

07-20-2002 11:25:07

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 Re: Re: Cultivator set up on a WD in reply to John (C-IL), 07-20-2002 05:45:28  
Hey John, thanks for the info, I was wondering how in the world the front gangs were supposed to be lifted. I thought that I was going to have to pull both those levers and drive with my knees or something. My e-mail address is rawhide_35769@yahoo.com so if you are able to send any manual diagrams I would greatly appreciate it. To be honest with you I don't really know if I have all the parts so any pictures will be a big help. Thank you, Robert

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John (C-IL)

07-20-2002 13:23:57

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 Re: Re: Re: Cultivator set up on a WD in reply to Robert in AL., 07-20-2002 11:25:07  
Sent you an email with pics. Good luck.

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Robert in AL.

07-20-2002 19:27:10

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Cultivator set up on a WD in reply to John (C-IL), 07-20-2002 13:23:57  
Hey John, It took me a while but I finally got it all together. Didn't get a chance to try it out, I hope it works well. It was right at dark when I cranked the tractor and lifted the front gangs. Drove it to a better light source, lifted and dropped it a couple of times then my left ram's hydrolic hose busted and gave the rusty ole cultivator a good oil bath. Be a couple of days before I get to try'er out. Thanks a million couldn't have done it without ya.

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John (C-IL)

07-21-2002 07:25:41

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Cultivator set up on a WD in reply to Robert in AL., 07-20-2002 19:27:10  
Great, it's a real hoot for me to cultivate with that setup. Have fun. John

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