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This is probably a dumb question, but how is that supposed to work with all of those holes and nothing to go into them? Using a bolt in the holes for adjustment?What am I missing here?

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You can put a bolt or pin in a hole to use as a stop if you want a specific depth or height all the time. On my B's I put a bolt in the end hole when using the tiller, so it does not go deep enough to lock in the down position. I also sometimes use one with the mower or grader so the handle does not come back far enough to hit my leg.

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I second rokon2813's no "hit in leg" by lift handle by normally having a bolt in last hole. If I remember correctly, I had to remove the bolt when using the snowblower so it would lock in the up position.

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Originally posted by rm
hit the leg. or face when your plowing. also gives you something to hold on to. i dont run my tractors with out a bolt stop
I'd forgotten about that, about 6 years ago I cracked 2 ribs on the end of the handle hitting a snow bank LOL

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