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Re: AI parts used in my 3 point lift link

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CRracer712

09-20-2019 06:38:39




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I can see in the photo where some of the extra weight may come from.

The AI isn't cut as deep at the lower attaching points and the seal end has a longer more squared off shoulder.




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tomstractorsandtoys

09-20-2019 09:37:16




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 Re: AI parts used in my 3 point lift link in reply to CRracer712, 09-20-2019 06:38:39  
Deere poured all their own castings and had very good quality steel. As I understand it when you pour a pot of hot steel the first is only fair quality and the bottom of the pot gets better. Deere would pour weights and other non essential casting with the lower quality and use the better for more important items.The A&I being heavier is more than likely do to using metal that may not be as good as what Deere used. With the added extra it might me just as good as the original Deere. A local welding shop has told me he has no problems welding on Deere cast but most of the china cast is very hard to weld due to fillers that are added. Tom

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