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Some part sizes

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    Posted: 17 Oct 2013 at 6:35pm
Hi all.  Still working away on the '66 Big Ten of course.

Since so many things are NLA, I've got to fabricate them.
Not a huge deal when I have a broken part, but when the part is out and out missing it's a bit of a guessing game!  With all the parts books, at least the general shapes are now available.

But - it's the SIZE of some of them that's hard to guess at.  For everyone's benefit, it might be nice to have a thread here (like...  this one!) with some Q&A's on them.

Such as mine to start the ball rolling:
 I have the dozer blade with the springs.  I'm missing the rod that goes up to the lift lever.  It looks like it was 3/8" rod, but what was the overall length of it?  Say center to center of the pins?

Current slow rides: '65 Big Ten, '79 JD 317
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Here is a link to SimpletrACtors website:

Adjustable lift rod for front blade:

Gary

http://www.simpletractors.com/do_it/adjustable_lift_rod.htm
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Thanks - just looking for the actual length of a stock bit right now.

Current slow rides: '65 Big Ten, '79 JD 317
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