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Allenpatterson

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I added rear lift to my 105 along with a decent running 12 horse from a 125 recently. I've been thinking about possibly making this one a dedicated tiller tractor. I know it's still going to be a very hard lift even with a spring assist and the tiller mounted but does anyone have any experience and can tell me if there would be much of an advantage to the IH Cub cadet spring assist vs the brinly assist? I have found the price on the brinly's to be quite a bit cheaper but maybe there's a reason for it and maybe they don't work as well?
 
It's cheaper because it is made cheaper!
Go with the IH unit, much better as it is far more adjustable and uses a larger spring..
The Brinly assist clamps to the lift bar and is prone to slippage at that point
 
It's cheaper because it is made cheaper!
Go with the IH unit, much better as it is far more adjustable and uses a larger spring..
The Brinly assist clamps to the lift bar and is prone to slippage at that point
Thank you very much for the advice, makes plenty of sense to me so I'll keep looking for an IH brand one.
 
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