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Well Sam, did you put the MoJo on electric lifts when you said they'd fail when you need them most.... It wasn't when I needed it, but I'm sure glad I had that other one sitting there. Only one problem, the pivot arms are 90 degrees off.

Pull one bolt and the lift assembly comes right out. Now it's drill press time, working up to tap a 3/8-16 hole.

Easy work going through thin wall tube.

Pop the left assembly back in place, install the bolt, and it's ready to go back into the tractor.

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Thansk for the info, Les. I'll get a new one since the one I modified seems to have slightly different mount points. It works fine, but the range of movement is now farther back than the first lift.

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