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Matt M. the edge of the lower frame rail is probably cracked somewhat right in the corner at the front and bent upwards allowing the grill to lean backwards resulting in the problem you describe.
An update on my dimming lights. The other night when the lights dimmed, it was windy and snowing covering the tractor (and me) in snow. This morning when I used it, it wasn't snowing or blowing so not much snow on the tractor and the lights seemed to be OK and the charge meter needle pointed just barely to the charge side. I wander if something got wet and caused the lights to dim? Guess I'll check the wires and connections this weekend, maybe I'll find a broken wire or something.
"There's nothing more peaceful than plowing a field, chances are you'll do your best thinking there"
I like the 12hp of the 124, but I miss my 70. So time to start the winter repairs. That brings a few questions for You all.
If you get your chains tight enough you won't need straps. I jack my cub up, let all the air out of the tire, put the chain on tight, then re inflate the tire. No bungees or binders required.
Proud owner of a 147 (IH spring assist) w/48" mower, 42" blade and (on loan- dad's) #2 tiller.
Jim, if I slowed down I couldn't do this, and the tractor made it all the way thru the drift.
IH wide frame hydros are the cats meow,,Why own anything else
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