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46" adjustable plow on 6200 (pics now)

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sunrunner
Could I see some pics of how the lift and control rods are mounted for the 46" plow that you adjust from the seated position - I may need to fab a rod or extend where it connects to the plow frame(mount on plow frame has a 6" difference in height to clear the front tire than my 42" plow frame) - Thanks, Chris

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joshuaareed
The thread onebadfish has above is on a 7100 series large frame tractor and won't be much help to you. If you PM Sunrunner I believe he has a 6200 series with a plow on it.

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sunrunner
"If you PM Sunrunner I believe he has a 6200 series with a plow on it." - Thanks for the compliment - These pics will help alot - Thanks again

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Vassal
FYI: In the thread I linked above, there's an additional image of Storm's set up with a close up view of the operator side of the controls, as well as some of Maynard's wizardry.

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joshuaareed
Sorry Sunrunner I didn't pay attention to who wrote the original post, and I thought you already had one. I didn't realize you wrote the post. I just knew you were the 6200 king.

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sunrunner
Thanks to all - I ended up taking the 8" front tires off and put them on the 6218 tiller set-up and put the stock 6" on this tractor, bent the lift rod a little and all looks and works good from a none moving stance, will test her tomorrow - will get some pics also

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sunrunner


42" plow


46" w/8" fronts and remove pin to angle




46" w/ seat angle and back to the 6" fronts - The control rod handle does not interfere with the brake pedal, the pic makes it look that way

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Cvans
Nice looking 6200. This series was my first tractor and is still one of my favorites. The person who owns it now really likes it also. Chris

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sunrunner
I had the stock control handle on first, but it interfered with the lift handle when in the down position - Nice to do the drive now without having to figure on how to do it (with the last set-up)so you leave the seat the least amount of times^

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