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ford 2110 LCG - 3 point lift arm length

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toolgarage

02-27-2017 21:10:27




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I've got a '71 Ford 2110LCG that I converted from turf to ag tires, but did not change out the front spindles - yes the front of the tractor is a couple inches low. I didn't think anything of it until I purchased a 60" 3-point tiller for the tractor.
Having the front lower - raises the rear of the tractor - not allowing the tiller to fully dig into the dirt when the 3-point is fully lowered.
Anyone know a PN for a set of 3-point lift arms for this tractor that are a couple inches longer than standard? Or any issue if I used adjustable arms on BOTH sides?
This is a cheaper way to go than swapping out the front spindles, or moving to a smaller rear ag tire.
Any info would be appreciated.
Thanks,

Tool

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Ken(Ark)

03-01-2017 05:59:04




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 Re: ford 2110 LCG - 3 point lift arm length in reply to toolgarage, 02-27-2017 21:10:27  
Another option , which is a mechanically poor choice , but free , would be to drill a second set of holes in your lower lift arms , closer to end that attaches to the tractor . You would not have the lifting capacity in lbs that you had but the range would be greater . Carefully use the tiller and if it works good enough with your soil and gear ratio you won't mind spending money to get the parts you need to make it right .

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Ultradog MN

02-28-2017 14:21:00




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 Re: ford 2110 LCG - 3 point lift arm length in reply to toolgarage, 02-27-2017 21:10:27  
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Your 2110 is considered a 2000 derivative though it likely has the aquare rear axles like a 3000 has.
The 3000s had an adjustable lift link on the left side. It didn't have the hand crank like the right one but was adjustable if you took one end loose.
As far as I know, 2000s never had that. Theirs was solid.
You could probably find a used one at a bone yard. But maybe not much cheaper than a new hand crank one.
I have those shorty LCG front spindles on my 3000. They get my front end lower for mowing.
I never had an issue with my lift arms being too high though.

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Destroked 450

02-28-2017 07:59:17




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 Re: ford 2110 LCG - 3 point lift arm length in reply to toolgarage, 02-27-2017 21:10:27  
Measure your tiller's hitch pin height then disconnect the lift arms and lower them to their lowest point, if the lift arms drop 8-10" lower than the tiller's pin height changing lift arms will have no effect on the tillers digging depth.

If the lift arms don't drop low enough try adjusting the leveling arms to a longer length was sotxbill said.

All of my tractors will lower the lift arms to within 4-6" off the ground and my tiller's pin height is 18", that's over 12" and deeper than the tiller will dig.
6-8" is max working depth for most tillers.

2110 has a low gear speed of around 1.6 mph which is a little fast so you'll need to make multiple passes.

My 4000SU does 1.3 mph in low and I normally make three passes to get the depth and soil conditions I want for planting.

Also check the tiller's height guides, I have mine raised to their highest setting for max depth.

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sotxbill

02-28-2017 06:44:32




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 Re: ford 2110 LCG - 3 point lift arm length in reply to toolgarage, 02-27-2017 21:10:27  
first off.. make sure both left and right lift arms are unscrewed, to allow them to go lower... If your left arm is fixed, you can change it cheaply to an adjustable type. http://www.ebay.com/itm/2N564B-Ford-New-Holland-Tractor-LH-Complete-Leveling-Lift-Arm-2000-2110-2120-/330695352553?hash=item4cfefaa0e9:m:m25mtxl7ARBpE44tDXf-u0g

Second, you can change the front tires to taller tires.

Third, some tillers have height guides, make sure yours is not set to shallow. And most tractors run way too fast for a tiller to properly dig up the dirt and let it go deeper. And sos transmission and a creeper gear transmission are perfect for running a tiller. The sherman underdrive trans is good too, but it also will change the pto speed.

And.. the standard spindles are pretty common and available in lots of salvage yards.

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