Hey, Noel, if my lousy welding holds up, it should work---LOL! I can see better now using the readers, but having to weld any length I shake so damm bad I still lose where I going and have a hard time controlling how fast I'm moving. It's supposed to be a side effect of the 3 asthma inhalers I was on up until 2 weeks ago. Pulmonologist put me on a different one that cuts it down to two, but sure never felt any relief from the shakes tonight.Great to have stuff around to use instead of buying Doug. That’ll work great. Bet those disks are chinese made now. And with your set up in there, what is the inside measurement on the lower arms. And while I’m at it, how long are the arms from the pivot point at the axle out to the end of the arms. Plus where the top arm lifts the lower arm how far in from the outer end. Thanks Doug. When ever you get a chance, no rush.
Ok, I understand now, Noel! I get 8" from center to center of those 2 holes. Of course that is measured at an angle due to the dogleg in the bar.Where the upper arm goes down and connects to the lower arm. To lift the lower arm. How long is that from the outer end of the lower arm into where it’s lifted. Don’t if I explained that any better. Hehe. The picture may give better idea. The length of the yellow mark I put.
Yeah, since a bad asthma attack on Christmas 2017. Took a month to get into a pulmonologist. She put me on two twice daily "preventative" puffers, plus the rescue one that I had been using way too much I found out. I carry that one all the time. two weeks ago at my semi annual appointment, we talked about something different. I'm trying a once daily preventative one now. It was more about trying to save some money rather than the side effects. So far I think it is doing the job. Some of these daily ones are a powder rather than an aerosol spray. One we dropped was and the new one is also.Are you always on those puffers, I call them, Doug, or just when you need them. Luckily I don’t use them, but my daughter does. She only needs them at certain times. And says they give her the shakes.
Thank-you Jason! Those adjusters are free so will give it a shot. Could you measure center to center hole dimensions of a stock top link? maybe about center of the adjustment? That would be helpful also.Doug, you want to be 12" from your lower pins to your top link pin center to center. You can adjust your lower arms up or down as well.
I had not noticed that dimension before. Why it's that way, I don't know.Thank-you Jason! Those adjusters are free so will give it a shot. Could you measure center to center hole dimensions of a stock top link? maybe about center of the adjustment? That would be helpful also.
I just went and measured---right at 12", center to center. Weird thing is, I screwed up the right way somehow. That is rare---LOL! The pdf drawings I got from Kenny wanted 13-1/4" center to center. Thought sure that's what I did but got lucky some how!
No big deal, Kenny! Not blaming you for anything! Maybe there's other tractors out there that use that dimension! Just good that even if it would have been the long measurement, I still could have cut it down and drilled it! I appreciate all the help you give, and those drawings were still a valuable starting point!I had not noticed that dimension before. Why it's that way, I don't know.