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AC No 3 sickle bar mower

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Ron

10-25-2002 16:50:01




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I need help in identifing an AC sickle bar mower. It appears identical to the No 3 mower in the implement photo gallery but it does not have the rooster tail mechanism in the back. Instead, it has a short hydraulic cylinder mounted to the lever to lift the arm. I dont have a hydraulic coupling on my tractor to try it out but when I operate it by hand it doesnt lift anything. The linkage and return spring just seem to want to hold it down all the time, anyway, I am primarily interested in identifing the model and getting the ops manual.

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Tom Westerfield(Kentucky)

10-27-2002 13:47:36




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 Re: AC No 3 sickle bar mower in reply to Ron, 10-25-2002 16:50:01  
Post a picture. Serial # should be near the right vertical mounting bracket.



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Ron Mason, Beaufort, NC

10-28-2002 14:48:20




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 Re: Re: AC No 3 sickle bar mower in reply to Tom Westerfield(Kentucky), 10-27-2002 13:47:36  
Tom: Can't find any serial nos anywhere. Posting a couple of pictures,(if I can figure out how) can send more. Thanks.



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