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 06-09-2004, 15:19 Post: 88165
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 Lower Link Arm Adjusters

I own a TC33D and wonder what the proper use of the lower link arm adjusters are on the 3PH? Not being an "old farmer" and with little mentioned in the owners manual I am looking for advice. As you know these adjusters have several holes that line up with a pin that inserts into the holes according to the width of the implement you are attaching. It also has two slotted holes that allow for some movement when attached in that position. When would you use the slotted holes? Would you ever not insert the pins? I've seen cheaper models use a chain & turnbuckle for the link arms and most folks with them said "draw them up good and tight." Even with the pin in the proper holes they allow the link arms to move a small amount and never "hold it good and tight" Is there a reason to have the implement secured this tightly other than maybe transport? Also depending on the length of the lower pin on the implement, the ball swivel can move a bit if the lynch pin hole is at the very end. Should some kind of spacers be utilized there if "good and tight" is the answer?
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 06-09-2004, 20:39 Post: 88199
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 Lower Link Arm Adjusters

You might want to use the slotted area if you were to be tilling in a stony area or most any area.






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 06-09-2004, 21:45 Post: 88205
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 Lower Link Arm Adjusters

Sounds like you have pretty much the same set up as on my JD 4610. I always put the pin in the slotted area. If it's in the 3rd hole on the right side, then I put it in the 3rd on the left.

All it does is keep whatever implement you're using, square with the tractor. If you didn't use the anti-sway bars, the implement would be swaying from one side to the other.






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 06-13-2004, 23:39 Post: 88439
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Also for impliments that you use while turning and keeping engaged it allows some flex.






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