Sat Jul 01, 2006 4:52 pm
I have a regular axle mount sickle for my C, I got a fast hitch conversion (so he said) from a friend and I think it should bolt right up to it, but some things don't line up, such as one of the sliding mounts on the left side(standing where the tractor would be, looking back) it also mounts to the right alot more than the regular axle mount did. i don't have any pics right now of what i mean cause it's pouring outside...
so i was just wondering if anybody has done this before, or has pictures of a regular fast hithc sickle that i could have, they would help me alot i think...
Thanks for any help
Sat Jul 01, 2006 5:56 pm
here are the pics that i just took... I guess it doesnt' mount to the side as much as I thought but from the pics, you can see my problem
I am posting a link cause the pics are HUGE and there are a lot of them...
http://s24.photobucket.com/albums/c47/j ... e%20Mower/
all help is appreciated
Sat Jul 01, 2006 8:17 pm
1) Stand behind the tractor looking at the seat. Find the side the cutter bar sticks out from. That is the RIGHT. Please call it that.
2) Picture 1. You probably need a different coupling bar brace, or at least a different front bracket for Fast-Hitch.
3) Picture 2. The "what is this" hole is for the draw bar brace. The other end attaches to an axle clamp. You probably don't have those parts either.
Sat Jul 01, 2006 8:28 pm
sorry about the wrong sides, i will call it the right now.
ok thanks, i didn't knwo what i needed, i guess i will buy one that's complete from a friend some time...
do you think it could be used liek that for a little bit or would it not work?
Sat Jul 01, 2006 8:40 pm
You are going to have attach the front end of the coupling bar brace somewhere somehow. It is all that holds the mower from swinging back like it does on a break away. You can probably get along without the draw bar brace.
Sat Jul 01, 2006 8:56 pm
ok, I have a couple of extra axle clamps that I could rig somthing up i bet...
Thanks a bunch
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