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What is it? one more time

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George by Geneva, NY

11-01-2018 03:29:41




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This part was under the left rear axle of a 801. Can anyone tell me what it is for? Has some special nuts for it. It needs a new home soon or it goes when next scrap load happens, much as I hate to. third party image

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TinCan

11-05-2018 15:55:46




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 Re: What is it? one more time in reply to George by Geneva, NY, 11-01-2018 03:29:41  
Ok, I do see that yours stick out back now, and mine don't.
Thanks, Pat



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Destroked 450

11-05-2018 08:03:38




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 Re: What is it? one more time in reply to George by Geneva, NY, 11-01-2018 03:29:41  
Your's are stabilizer brackets.

Notice on mine how they stick back farther and are bigger, don't know why the previous owner put that pin in the right side unless it was part of the hitch for the Dearborn mower or Ford 515 mower he had.

The top link attachment for the Dearborn mower is still on the tractor

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TinCan

11-05-2018 02:27:07




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 Re: What is it? one more time in reply to George by Geneva, NY, 11-01-2018 03:29:41  
I meant to say; It had two pins on the right, and only one pin on the left, on each angle bracket.
Thanks, Pat



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TinCan

11-05-2018 02:24:16




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 Re: What is it? one more time in reply to George by Geneva, NY, 11-01-2018 03:29:41  
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Royse

11-04-2018 17:41:50




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 Re: What is it? one more time in reply to George by Geneva, NY, 11-01-2018 03:29:41  
I do not know what it is for, but what does the end of it look like?
Left side in your first pic, right end in the second.

If it were the break-away for a mower, wouldn't it be on the right
side? I have one of those mowers but haven't hooked it up in years.



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Destroked 450

11-02-2018 06:24:00




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 Re: What is it? one more time in reply to George by Geneva, NY, 11-01-2018 03:29:41  
Tim the angle iron brackets under the fenders of my 881 above are the mounting brackets for my 601 side mount corn picker.

Looked up the bracket for a Dearborn mower and it does appear to be different.

It could be a mounting bracket for an old pipe frame loader, I've only seen 2 and didn't look to see how they attached at the axles



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Destroked 450

11-02-2018 06:23:32




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 Re: What is it? one more time in reply to George by Geneva, NY, 11-01-2018 03:29:41  
Tim the angle iron brackets under the fenders of my 881 above are the mounting brackets for my 601 side mount corn picker.

Looked up the bracket for a Dearborn mower and it does appear to be different.

It could be a mounting bracket for an old pipe frame loader, I've only seen 2 and didn't look to see how they attached at the axles



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Tim PloughNman Daley

11-02-2018 02:04:00




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 Re: What is it? one more time in reply to George by Geneva, NY, 11-01-2018 03:29:41  
I'd have to check the Dearborn MPC's or you can at the *N*-*T*-*C* site in the MANUALS forum. I don't think it's for a mower, my guess is possibly for a loader. The angle iron brackets under the fenders are the aftermarket stabilizer bar brackets. The OEM DEARBORN stabilizer bar brackets are cast steel and look like this:

DEARBORN STABILZER BAR FENDER BRACKETS; LH - 230061, RH -230043:

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Destroked 450

11-01-2018 10:07:55




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 Re: What is it? one more time in reply to George by Geneva, NY, 11-01-2018 03:29:41  
Not any picker mounts that I've seen.

These are the picker mounts on my 881.

Look like big pieces of angle iron under each fender.

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Destroked 450

11-01-2018 09:45:09




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 Re: What is it? one more time in reply to George by Geneva, NY, 11-01-2018 03:29:41  
Looks like part of the hitch for a Dearborn mower.



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Larry NCKS

11-01-2018 03:40:36




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 Re: What is it? one more time in reply to George by Geneva, NY, 11-01-2018 03:29:41  
I think it's a pre '60s sickle bar mower attaching bracket.



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WayneIA

11-01-2018 09:47:11




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 Re: What is it? one more time in reply to Larry NCKS, 11-01-2018 03:40:36  
That bracket doesn't look like any thing I remember of the early mounted mowers, but I am wandering about the special mount for a one row semi-mounted corn picker. Maybe??



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