Re: Re: Re: 8N DRAW BAR in reply to Millton, 11-26-1999 13:44:47
I have a 9n with a 3 point drawbar that can be purchased at any good farm supply store to prevent the problem of this bar rolling over I built brackets tht go from the bar and bend up to the third arm about 10 or 12 inches they look like an s missing the top curve the other is the oppisite and I bolted them to the draw bar leaving about four holes in between for use any ?'s email me
Today's Featured Article - Fasteners: The Nuts and Bolts of Nuts and Bolts - by Curtis Von Fange. The nuts and bolts of nuts and bolts is an interesting and essential piece of knowledge that applies to our older tractors. An improperly torqued capscrew on an engine head or a shear bolt that is too hard on the driving shaft of a bushog can create havoc and make an expensive and uncalled for repair. Letís examine the purpose and design of these fasteners in order to ensure their proper use. Fasteners are probably one of the aspects of mechanics that is given the least amount of thought.
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