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OK, danged near 60 Deg here so I'm wanting to mount the tiller on the 1886.

Question is...which set of holes do I use :confuse::confuse:

The top ones, or the larger bottom ones :confuse::confuse:
 

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Pins go in the bottom holes and then mount tiller then put pins in the top holes so not to bounce out.
 

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bhts said:
Pins go in the bottom holes and then mount tiller then put pins in the top holes so not to bounce out.
:ditto:
 

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Thank ya...

I got it mounted...after a trip to get some mounting pins and hairclips.

Gonna have to shorten the lift arms. They are adjusted too far out, and it won't lift the tiller.

Huess I'll do that tomorrow.
 

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would love to see some vids of it tilling
 

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Dunno if that will happen or not.

Tractor has a home made FEL on it, and I don't know if the PTO shaft will clear the cross member going under the frame.

I hope it does, because I pland on plowing and tilling about a 1/4 acre this spring/summer. If now I'll have t o use a 1256 with a 33" round back tiller instead of this 40" square back.
 

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OldBuzzard said:
Dunno if that will happen or not.

Tractor has a home made FEL on it, and I don't know if the PTO shaft will clear the cross member going under the frame.

I hope it does, because I pland on plowing and tilling about a 1/4 acre this spring/summer. If now I'll have t o use a 1256 with a 33" round back tiller instead of this 40" square back.
anyway you can notch the loader frame then try to brace it so its not weak from cutting it? hope you get it going
 
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