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Old May 14th, 2018, 08:57 AM
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Is the handle that comes through the cab floor supposed to have a bend in it? Is the pivot pin really a roll pin?
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Hope this helps. Maybe you can see what you need.

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Ken, is there suppose to be a picture?
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Yes...I'll email it if you can not see it.
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Is the handle that comes through the cab floor supposed to have a bend in it? Is the pivot pin really a roll pin?
Mine was dead straight before we modified it to clear the front of a J-truck bench seat, and yes, the pivot pin is a roll pin.

Make sure you get those mounting plates arranged right before bolting them back on, or the lock pin won't engage.
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Mine is straight too.
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Thanks!

I will have to make the two small spacers. The connecting rod to the PTO will have to be fabbed too. :/
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