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.Hey Fordfarmer need help with Ford 224 wing disc

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11-01-2017 18:55:47

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Bought a Ford 224 18ft wing disc recently,never used it yet, so i tried to operate the portable hand crank system, which attaches seperately to all four wings. But damned if i could figure out how to attach the system on the pins in order to lift the wings. Would you have a photo of the crank set up in work mode from a manual? Maybe other guys on this form that own a Ford 224 wing disc could way in on this topic, any help would be appreciated......John.

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11-01-2017 21:28:00

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 Re: .Hey Fordfarmer need help with Ford 224 wing disc in reply to Jo-ker, 11-01-2017 18:55:47  
I'll try to remember to look at the manual tomorrow. Pretty sure there is a picture or two in there, but as my 224 doesn't have wings, what's in the book is as much as I know about the crank.

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11-01-2017 20:19:05

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 Re: .Hey Fordfarmer need help with Ford 224 wing disc in reply to Jo-ker, 11-01-2017 18:55:47  
We had one up into the 90's. I remember cranking it up and down many times, but I don't remember exactly how it was done. I think there were 3 pins on the disk to mount it to. 2 pins on the main frame and one on the wing. The 2 pins on the main frame go through a slotted hole in the large gear and the other pin goes through the middle of the main gear.This fixes the crank mechanism in place. There is an arm that has a couple of brackets with holes in them to attach to the pin on the wing. This arm is then cranked up or down to raise or lower the wing. Takes a lot of cranking. I am doing this all from memory, so I could be off on the instructions, but I hope this helps. Maybe someone else knows better or has an owners manual. Was a good disc. Never had a problem with it. Pulled it with an 1164 County tractor for many hours. Good luck

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11-02-2017 02:52:59

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 Re: .Hey Fordfarmer need help with Ford 224 wing disc in reply to robo76, 11-01-2017 20:19:05  
Thx robo for the info, i was wonderin about the hole in the center of the gear, but its a short pipe and a bit rusty and it didnt want to go on any of the pins, will try again today.....John

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11-03-2017 08:43:11

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 Re: .Hey Fordfarmer need help with Ford 224 wing disc in reply to Jo-ker, 11-02-2017 02:52:59  
My manual has one picture of it in use, and a VERY brief description. I added the picture to the Implement Photos section of the Galleries, to the left.

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