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  • Early 1955 Rj-35 lift arms


    whtractors24
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      Price: 200
      Location: Southington Connecticut

    Early 1955 Rj-35 lift arm built to oem spec . 
    (Will come unpainted ) 
    $200 plus shipping . 

    (860) 681-3610

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    953 nut

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    3 hours ago, The Freightliner Guy said:

    is this to raise the back hitch?

    This is not for the 1958 1959 RJ,  

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    whtractors24

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    21 hours ago, The Freightliner Guy said:

    is this to raise the back hitch?

    Yes for 1955 models . 

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    No it is to raise or lower the mowing deck to give a higher or lower cut

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