Let Me try again! The blade mounts under tractor on four blocks. two in back have slots that rear bar on blade slides into from the front. Front two have slots open on bottom that the front blade bar lifts up into them, then two small "locks" go over the end of that bar, and pin or bolt to small hole on that hanger. That Mounts the blade, which is shown on your tractor now. ONE of the cross bars on the blade should have a flat stock sticking out of it with small hole for a pin that Your bar, laying on ground in picture should slip right over it and be pinned. When you run hydraulics the Bar on ground moves forward and backward. With it pinned to the "arm" on the pivot bar held up in the mounts on frame, it makes that movement be up/down. There are a few diff lengths of the lift bar you have on ground there, depending on exact year you mount it too. You have the long one. There is a shorter one also for 80's models I think. Maybe yours is older one, and you need short? Can just shorten yours if you find that is true. Keep that slight bend in arm though, to clear underneath when blade is lifter. Straight bar will hit before it lifts fully. There is a paper manual on just the blade, not greatest pictures tho. I have it on CD, not sure I can get it off and post or not. Would think somone here has that? Again, the Yahoogroups.com /Power King group has those posted in files if you join there. I got a pix of my CD, scanned it and here it is. Note the lift bar shown with spring on it, is for older models, not what you have. Your type is shown above, depending on serial numbers. Look in pix and see that arm for the bar to hook to is on the front cross bar. Points down. Has two or three diff holes to try your bar in. That varies lift and drop heights.
Edited by glgrumpy, March 17, 2012 - 09:58 PM.