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Is this what you guys are lookin for? This one is NOS!
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I've got another one for a Trac Vac if I can find the dang thing!
 

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I think it was Myron bounds who had that Original with the double lift handle...
 

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Art, yes, Myron does have an Original with double lift handles.
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Charlie "Please stop the divisive posts" Proctor-

Do you know what deck that is for?

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Charlie, see Mark Hahn's post below for why were looking for photos of the vac discharge chute connectors.
 

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Bob N., any idea what the two "ears" on the rear of that Original are for? And what's up with the short section of pipe(?) wired to the home made "spring assist bracket"?
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I just want to know who the "knowledgeable forum member" is...
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Art:
I may bring the JD or the 129+ yet. I just can't stand plowing that slow. We'll have to see what my patience-index is when I load the trailer to come to Travis' place. If it's high, I'll bring the gear jammer; if it's low, a hydro will make the trip.

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Well, we now know the "very knowledgeable forum member" it isn't Art. 'course it isn't me either.......... :eek:p
 

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Kraig-
Isn't it redundant to say that I'm not "a very knowledgeable forum member"?
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Bring the 129+....
I still need to tame that thing!
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Bob N.: I have a Mott Mower on an Original and I used my snow plow lift rod with no changeg to lift the Mott. It appears he has a U bracket on the lift bracket(middle bracket) to get the leaver to the out side foe the home made lift handle. Mott has two places for lift springs but they usually only use one(I don't use any as I have hydrulic lift). That Mott mower only fit the Original, 70 & 100(ad shows 100) but the bracket pictured by you looks like the Original. and won't need all the extra items on side & rear. Here are pictures to go with explanation(the add will be to small to read but can E-mail a scan).
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Art:
If I bring the 129+, will I need to take insurance out on it before the big event? :eek:)
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Will try the pictures again
The middle picture is suppose to be the AD. I pointed to the lift spring in the ad.
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Not if you don't let me drive it....
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My son has a 149 with liquid filled Carlisle Superlugs on all four corners.The thing is an animal in the snow or dirt.The chains have been hanging on the wall since we put the lugs on.I was impressed enough that I just bought front and rears for my 1650.Still kicking myself for not buying the set of new Titens mounted on rims this past spring at Hunington In.Plow day.

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i've used ags with chain the past 2yrs. but this yr. i think i'll use turfs with chains. the chains are kind of a pia to put on the ags.
the chains will help a lot more on ice than just
ag tires also.
 
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