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#1 stetson OFFLINE  

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Posted July 11, 2014 - 11:42 AM

can anyone tell me what the linkage that raises and lowers my tiller up and down on my h14 length should be i dont have one and im gonna fab one i made one that was 25" and it dont seem right because my tiller barely goes in soil about 3" it dont seem to let it down low enough i may be wrong someone tell me diffrent if i am.....thanks


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Posted July 11, 2014 - 10:26 PM

Here is a mechanical drawing of the unit with measurements.

 

Lift Arm - DWG.JPG

 

Looks to be 27.18" long.


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Posted July 13, 2014 - 10:40 AM

stetson,,,,,,,,I measured a spare that I have and measureing it like the one in the pic,,, it measures,, 23" and 1/2 inches..

 

I have never tryed  it on anything  and there is a weld in it..SO maybe it was altered..

 

Arn't  you useing a briney hitch for it..??  Or a'm I missing somthing...


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Posted July 13, 2014 - 01:54 PM

The tiller has it's own mounting bracket, and just pins to the tabs on the rear axle.

 

It uses the same type of lift bar as the front mounted attachments, but it's longer.

 

 

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Posted July 14, 2014 - 03:57 AM

I made one for my tubeframe tiller to the specs on that drawing and it's spot on. My tiller works fine. And my tiller looks like the one OB posted up there. I believe the round and square back tillers for the tubeframes use the same lift arm, though.



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Posted July 14, 2014 - 10:19 AM

The tiller has it's own mounting bracket, and just pins to the tabs on the rear axle.

 

It uses the same type of lift bar as the front mounted attachments, but it's longer.

Thanks  O B....  I was thinking mold-board plow... :wallbanging: ..... Sorry Stetson...



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Posted July 14, 2014 - 10:31 AM

oh no worries thanks guys  mybolens1053 gave me what i needed and let me tell you she will turn some dirt like flower its nice having that h14 with hydrostatic i can back up and really dig in  i tilled under my early crops that have stop producing this past weekend and it looks great gonna plant some new crop if the rain holds out. update on the 1254 shes getting sandblasted probably tonight prepping for paint i got the motor soaking in seafoam turning it over and draining the gunk out and a few touchups my money says that old wisconsin will fire on up 






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