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Does anyone have the specs on the bracket that holds the electric lift for an AC 710? I've search the site and can't seem to locate any info on it. I'm told it's no longer available from the manufacturer.^ Thanks John
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The last I checked (about 1 year ago) all the parts are still available for the electric lift. It is no longer available as a kit. I just know to buy it in parts would exceed $300. If the bracket is not, you may need to "borrow" one and copy it. I think a member has done this already.
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Originally posted by JFS
The dimensions to build one.
Have you checked your tractor? Every 700 series I've seen has that bracket installed as a crossmember.
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Dutch My tractor does not have the bracket that holds the actuator. See the pic's in this post. http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=15348
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Even though these brackets are simple, it would be quite an effort to draw 3D blueprints showing the subtle angles and curves. As Mike suggested above, it would probably be easier if you borrowed one and copied it. I have one I can lend you if you want to pay the shipping costs. It may be easier (and cheaper) to place an ad and buy one from a parts tractor. [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/attach/thedaddycat/Dcp02316.jpg[/img]
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Thanks for the offer Dutch. I took your advice and puchased an actuator and bracket from a club member. Hope to see it soon, that roto tiller is getting heavier with that manual lift each time I use it. Thanks to all who replied. ^ John
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