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#16 Laseman OFFLINE  

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Posted October 22, 2011 - 04:23 AM

Hi

Thanks for your help and advice to get possible parts for "unversal shaft",
but problem is that I live 4000 miles away from you, I live in Europe.

When someone have time, is it possible to get more details of measurement of "unversal shaft" see picture, so I can search for similar parts around here.

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Posted October 22, 2011 - 10:13 AM

i will grab those measurements later today and post them tonight , just to clearify you would like the measurement of the gearbox aswell as the other measurements right?

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Posted October 22, 2011 - 02:32 PM

ok heres the measurements as follows , A is 4 3/4'' , B is 8 1/2'' , C 4 3/4'' , D 2 1/4'' , E 3/4'' , F 1 1/2'' , G 3'' , by the way A on your diagram i measure from that step by u joint that you indicated in the photo straight to the blower houseing like your diagram is set up is 4 3/4'' , for just from the step by the u joint to the very end of where you pin the joint to shaft on the blower is 3 3/4''

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Posted October 28, 2011 - 01:58 PM

Hi and thanks for your measurements and help.

I looking around for this "unversal shaft" and ask other tractor owner how to find it.

I wounder little about inner and outer diameter at the end of pipes for "unversal shaft", see letter A and B in picture.

Best regards / Lasse

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Posted October 28, 2011 - 05:38 PM

i will take a look tomorrow and take down thoses measurements and get back to you , by the way i don't know how much the shaft would be , but i think its still availble from www.messicks.com yet i don't know if they would ship to Europe

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Posted October 30, 2011 - 01:21 AM

Hi

Is it possible to use Shaft from Jacobsen Tiller on the Jacobsen Snow Thrower ?

The Tiller is complete and owner have used it some times.

It should be same pipe connections.

But is it same lenght ?

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Posted October 30, 2011 - 05:28 AM

Do you by chance have the model #s of the tiller and snow blower handy? If so, we can look up the part #'s for the shaft on each and see if they match. If so, then it should work.

I looked up the part#s for the 09jc9734 tiller drive shaft:
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If we get the snow blower model #, we can check those part #'s against these.

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Posted October 30, 2011 - 07:39 AM

The owner sent more pictures with Snow Thrower Shaft part, so I think also Snow Thrower is complete.
He has been abroad a week and he lives 340 miles away.

In picture, Shaft part (male) is connected to Snow Thrower


As I understand, the "unversal shaft" consists of 2 parts, (female part and male part)

A = Shaft part to Gear Box (female part)

B = Tiller Shaft part (male part)

C = Snow Thrower Shaft part (male part)


Thanks very much for all your help and pictures etc....


Jacobsen with implements is maybee complete, so I can purchase it.

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Posted October 30, 2011 - 07:48 AM

So you use the same female part for both the tiller and the snow blower? Sounds like that would fix you right up.

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Posted October 30, 2011 - 12:44 PM

Well, "ford boy" sent picture with FRAME on Snow Blower to attach on Tractor.

See picture below.

I do not find this frame and spring on any picture I get from owner, maybee I should ask him about this also.

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Posted October 31, 2011 - 04:16 AM

Missing Part ?

Is this a standard Jacobsen GT "Lift Arm"

I found pictures on internet

As I understand, this "Lift Arm" is important for both SnowBlower and Snowplow,
and it seem this owner do not have them.

What do you say, Jacobsen GT owners ?

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Posted October 31, 2011 - 05:35 AM

The blade you show at the top of this thread is different than the one you just posted, so I can't really say. And I really don't have a clue on snow blowers. Without model #'s on these attachments, I can't help you. Maybe someone more familiar with these can let us both know.

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Posted October 31, 2011 - 07:26 PM

well to start with the plow blade that you show a photo of at the top of the 1st page mounts to the front of the frame and all the parts you need are there , it was a economy version means that there is no mounting arm that you where talking about , where the one you show in post 26 is the true dozer blade which has that arm assembly that slides under and mounts to the tractor its a little more heavy duty then the economy blade , i will take a look at your first posted pics and check , but i think that arm assembly for the blower like the one in post 26 should on the tractor

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Posted October 31, 2011 - 08:00 PM

Missing Part ?

Is this a standard Jacobsen GT "Lift Arm"

I found pictures on internet

As I understand, this "Lift Arm" is important for both SnowBlower and Snowplow,
and it seem this owner do not have them.

What do you say, Jacobsen GT owners ?

sorry i was wrong the lift arm like the one thats attached to the blower in this upper right photo is not in any of your pictures , you might ask the owner you never know maybe he forgot about it and has it stored away , the lift arm attachs to the frame assembly with the gear box on it thats mounted on the front of the tractor then all that attachs to a bracket mid frame mounted of the tractor , then the frame assembly with the lift arm attached , attachs to the blower houseing with a couple bolts and has the two springs to work as a trip sort of setup , i will take a picture of the whole shabang tomorrow to show you whats needed and how it all goes togather

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Posted November 01, 2011 - 04:03 AM

Hi "ford boy"

Yae, I would appreciate pictures how "Liftarm" is placed into implement and under minitractor.

Well, the owner has not seen this "Liftarm", that is boring......




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