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Re: 1020 head question

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Bob Bancroft

06-12-2019 03:02:24




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Maybe you could make it work. Seems like mine is an eyebolt and clevis. Nothing near as fancy as what you've got, with ball joints. I'd have to go look to be sure. I can't do pictures. And I'm on the run trying to beat the next rain! In a couple of days, if I'm reminded, I could check it out. I do know I ordered mine as parts from CNH, as my header came without also.




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Dave H (MI)

06-15-2019 09:29:10




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 Re: 1020 head question in reply to Bob Bancroft, 06-12-2019 03:02:24  
When you have time Bob, here is the picture in the manual that started me thinking I had one.

Clearly not identical but pretty close.



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Bob Bancroft

06-15-2019 09:37:54




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 Re: 1020 head question in reply to Dave H (MI), 06-15-2019 09:29:10  
I did look! What the picture does not show is one end is a clevis. Both ends take 1/2" pin/bolt. So if your link has 1/2" holes, and is adjustable to the correct length, maybe you can make it work.



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