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IF YOU HAD THE BULLDOZER PUSHING SNOW----IT WOULD BE
NICE TO HAVE A HEAVY IMP. OR WEIGHT ON BACK FOR
TRACTION-----HELD UP BY THE HOOK--------
Last time I checked there was never a Farmall cub "bulldozer"
Bulldozer refers only to a continuously tracked piece of heavy equipment.
I assume you are referring to the grader blade on the cub.
What you want is the hanger for the Cub-22 mower that bolts to the side of the torque tube. That allows you to use the fast hitch with a mower attached, by hanging the mower.
HOWEVER, don't figure on being able to plow with the mower deck attached. The mower will drag when the tractor is in the furrow. You need to remove it to plow.
I have a Cub-22 mower as well along with the C-2 and a BushHog brand like the C-2 . I think the C-22 bracket is too low. I like the idea though I will just have to make a higher bracket to hold it up higher though. Maybe you're right though. I never gave it much thought but the plow I am using is adjustable so maybe ? It's ok thought I have 3 other mowers and 2 other cubs so I can work something out. If you have ever handled the C3 it is not that easy to load and unload off the tractor. Maybe one day I can make a special tractor lift. The C-22 is already a pain in the arse enough to get off by yourself. I think it's just easier to buy a cub for every implement I have haha. I wish!
???? Hook the clevis into a different link of the chain?
Im just going to fabricate a new bracket. I'm not going to canabalize the c22 to hang the c3 .
I found a place that sells the fast hitch hold up pin. International cavalier in Ashland VA is ordering it for me . $13.00
There is the finished deck . I just need to repairs the attachments to it and I just ordered a complete set of c3 decals from Tim (tst) the other day as well. viewtopic.php?f=28&t=67987
I really need to get my digital SLR out to te garage soon and host the photos on my site. I've been usin photobucket and my phone because I can upload and post all from my
Phone but the image quality isn't as nice as it should be.
I am curious. Will you be able to mount the front guard without the guide wheel rubbing? Mine is all apart now but as I recall, the clearance can be a little tight between the wheel and the guard and bumping it out a 1/2" may be an issue. Not that I have a guard to put on- but they are easy to make and still available. I have cast some stones a very long way in the past.
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