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Will a cub sickle mower fit the Super A

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Marvin Johnson

07-11-1999 11:57:46

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I just bought a 52 Super a with a worksaver 3 pt conversion on it. I want to do some mowing with it, but need to find a belly mount sickle bar mower. Does the sickle bar mower from a cub fit the A or were the ones for the A bigger? Has anyone used a puyll behind mower with an A?

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Rick K

07-12-1999 09:43:56

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 Re: Will a cub sickle mower fit the Super A in reply to Marvin Johnson, 07-11-1999 11:57:46  
I am using a 4 foot pull behind on mine. It is made by King Kutter. The Super A (I have a 100---same thing) will turn it no problem even in heavy or wet grass. I hitched mine directly behind the PTO shaft. I have a worksaver conversion kit, but must remove it and put back on the original drawbar to use the pull-behind, as the left lift linkage will get in the way of the PTO shaft. Only annoying thing is that the U-Joints start banging if you are turned by more than about 30 degrees with respect to the mower... Not a real problem, just something to live with. I did see a posting on this board once from someone who was using a 3 point hitched mower on his Super-A. He indicated that it worked out OK for him. I would at least consider the possibility of using a constant velocity type drive shaft for a 3 point setup on a Super-A.

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shawn Bierworth

07-11-1999 17:12:35

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 Re: Will a cub sickle mower fit the Super A in reply to Marvin Johnson, 07-11-1999 11:57:46  
Not shure but my fathers is larger and fits behind his A and runs via PTO , not belt.

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