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!!! Weed Cutter Help !!!

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Drigon
I do not get Weed Cutter in Austria.I would like a Weed Cutter copying. Who can send me exact pictures, designs or mass. Please they send me only pictures from an angle of 90° are made.I can infer myself from the pictures the mass. I thank you in advance .... yeoman@simplicity.at

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Leroy
Are we talking weed eater? Non goat variety? Or this. http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml03/03135.html Conceptual Marketing and Development is recalling 1.1 million metal blades for their model #4650 weed cutting attachment. The blades can break off and hit users, causing a severe impact and laceration injuries. These weed cutting blades were sold nationwide from November, 1999 through December, 2001.

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Leroy
So The objective of this device is to avoid choking a mower deck? It cuts and the mowment of the tractor pushes the cuttings off to one side? Then the weeds are low enough to run the mower over them and cut a little at a time. Is that the idea?

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JoeJ
Gerhard, Was looking at your gallery. Your manufacturing ability is totaly awsome!! Perhaps some of the other fellas, and myself, would like to see your stuff drawn up and added in the "build it yourself" section. [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/uploaded/JoeJ/joej_sig2.gif[/img]

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Drigon
Thanks Terry9, I know the arrangement of the belts.
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You're welcome Drigon. If you'd like I can pull the top cover off to show the belt arrangement. And the adjustment setup. Terry

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Drigon
Thanks, I will consider that ;)
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So The objective of this device is to avoid choking a mower deck? It cuts and the mowment of the tractor pushes the cuttings off to one side? Then the weeds are low enough to run the mower over them and cut a little at a time. Is that the idea?

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Drigon
HELLO Joe *cry*:D I will make pictures of the building of the Cutter and will show her in the clup. At which proijekten work you ?
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Gerhard, Was looking at your gallery. Your manufacturing ability is totaly awsome!! Perhaps some of the other fellas, and myself, would like to see your stuff drawn up and added in the "build it yourself" section. [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/uploaded/JoeJ/joej_sig2.gif[/img]

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JoeJ
Gerhard, Not sure I understand your question. If in reguards to AutoCAD, right now version 14, but my emploryer is about to go to 2002. I work for a civil engineer, so we are useing Softdesk at present, and will be going to Land Desk, version 3. I hope this is what you asked. [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/uploaded/JoeJ/joej_sig2.gif[/img]

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