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I Found a C

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Leonard

09-25-2003 18:57:31




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I have found a C with sickle mower attachment. The mower is mounted under the tractor with the sickle bar in front of the right drive wheel. There is a pulley attached to the PTO shaft that belt drives the mower. Looks like the sickle bar is 5 ft long & is manualy raised & lowered. What do I need to find to figure out what type of mower this is? The tractor is a 1945.




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Doug in OR

09-28-2003 14:04:01




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 Re: I Found a C in reply to Leonard, 09-25-2003 18:57:31  
We had a C when I was young (too many years ago) that had the same type of mower. I believe it had a 7 foot mower, though. The C should easily handle any sickle mower. Even a pull-type sickle mower.



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Eldon

09-25-2003 20:26:09




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 Re: I Found a C in reply to Leonard, 09-25-2003 18:57:31  

Sounds like a standard B-C mower that was very popular among these tractors. I've got 3 of them and also one that is a little bt different that fits a CA.



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krum

09-26-2003 05:25:34




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 Re: Re: I Found a C in reply to Eldon, 09-25-2003 20:26:09  
Reading past posts I've learned that the wheels are set out further on the C than on the B. Does this have any effect on the mower or where your wheel is aligned with the hay/grass that you are cutting?
krum



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Eldon

09-26-2003 07:59:01




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 Re: Re: Re: I Found a C in reply to krum, 09-26-2003 05:25:34  

The hay is already cut by the time the rear wheel runs over it, so that is no problem.....if you have an adjustable wide front C, I believe if the wheels are set all the way in you are OK, but I must admit that I haven't mounted or measured a mower to fit on my awf C. I plan on mounting one on a nf C, because I think it will make a better corner than a B or awf C.



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