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Hey guys I'm new to this site and I have found out some great information on the MF 12H that I received from my grandpa. The other day I found a MF650 tiller and snow thrower on craigslist. I went and looked at them and I just had to bring them home. The guy I bought them from couldn't remember how to attach them so I found this site. I found the manuals for the attachments and I'm pretty sure I know how they go on now. But with the tiller it uses a lift hitch in which I do not have..which is why I'm here. I was wondering if any of you had photos and dimensions for the parts for this lift. I am interested in fabricating one up. Any help you could provide would be great.

Thanks, Brett
 

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Thanks for the pictures...could you possibly send me the demensions of the brackets and where the holes need to be drilled
 

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hey guys does anyone have the demensions for the brackets and the placement of the holes...if someone could lay a tape messure out next to them and take some pics would that be great.
 

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You asked before but I had already installed these brackets on my tractor any way hope this helps. Pictures of the brackets mounted and from before.

The 2 side brackets are mirror images of each other made from 1/4" angle 1 1/4"x1 3/4" with 3- 1/2" holes on one side and 2 holes one the other to match the rear plate. Right side has an extra 1/4" flat bar 2 3/4"x1 1/4", has 3/4" hole one end for the shaft.

Center shaft 3/4" round stock 7 1/4" long 2 arms welded on it 90deg. apart, rear bar 1 1/4" from the end of the shaft, side bar 1/2 from the end.

Rear bar 4 1/2" long 1 1/4" wide 3/8 thick, 1 hole 1/2" dia. 5/8" from the end
Side bar 5" long 1 1/4" wide 3/8 thick, 2 holes 1/2"dia. 3/4" and 2" from end

Pivot 3/4" pipe 1 1/2" long with a 1/4" flat tab welded to it to match the holes on the rear plate.
 

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