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Super C Grill,Wide or Narrow front end?????

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Michael (NC)

04-12-1999 05:53:47




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I have a Super C that the grill doesn't seam to fit correctly. The tractor was manufacturered with a wide front end, were the grill for the wide and the narrow the same??????


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Michael




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Stan(VA).

04-12-1999 07:50:25




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 Re: Super C Grill,Wide or Narrow front end????? in reply to Michael (NC), 04-12-1999 05:53:47  
Yes, they should be the same. In what way does it not fit? If the grill has been swapped in the past, the A, B, C, SA, SA-1 grills may look similar to the SC, but they do not interchange.
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Michael (NC)

04-12-1999 12:33:52




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 Re: Re: Super C Grill,Wide or Narrow front end????? in reply to Stan(VA)., 04-12-1999 07:50:25  
I haven't fiddled with it to much but it appears that the bottom will not go back far enough to all the face of the grill to be 90 degrees to the hood. It looks like I would have to cut some off the bottom of the grill that returns into the front wheel housing.

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Michael



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Stan(VA)

04-13-1999 05:11:34




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 Re: Re: Re: Super C Grill,Wide or Narrow front end????? in reply to Michael (NC), 04-12-1999 12:33:52  
The C/SC grills have their outside lower edges cut at about a 45deg angle to clear the front bolster, while the A/SA grills do not. Also the SC grills are about an inch taller than a C grill, which you notice between the lowest bar in the center section and the seam to the bottom section of the grill. Either of these differences could cause the grill to not set back in place properly.
But if you think you do have the right grill, just look for obstructions. Some of them are pretty tight to get around the radiator and into place. Perhaps the brace that the lower section bolts to is bent and keeping the grill from seating all the way?
Just some ideas,
Stan(VA).

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