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172 downloadsDrawing for both the short lift link, and the down pressure lift link for the front snow blade. Short lift link 105052 Long lift link 7706 most likely replaced by 7706-01 I drilled 3/8" holes in the bar and used 3/8" x 2-1/2" Gr.5 bolts. Cut the threads off. Weld the head of one bolt to the bar and try it for alignment. I ended up installing the 2nd bolt from the other direction and welding the head only. This provided 1/4" of offset and the pins are square to their attaching parts to minimise wear. Drill holes in the bolts perpendicular to the bar for spring pins. Use a countersink to ease the edges of the holes. With the holes drilled like they are you now know where they are and you can instal the pins blindfolded. With manual lift the float is built in - everything floats including the lift handle. With hydraulic lift the float is accomplished by connecting the bottom of the link to the slotted hole. Down pressure is still available when the pin hits the bottom of the slot. Garry
Was wondering if those who know from experience can educate me on the proper installation and operation of a BD-4263 dozer blade that I am trying to install and use on a 875 tractor. 1) I assume I need to use the old style mounting brackets which appear to position the blade frame closer to the ground and allows it to be properly lifted using the manual lift handle from ground level to the maximum height restricted by the front axle. 2) I also assume that I need the longer lift link (part 2377) for proper lift operation but was going to just use some threaded rod and trunnions instead due to availability and cost. 3) Unless the plow has been modified from the original factory design, the dozer foot pedal release located on the right side is positioned such that you need an extremely small foot to activate the pivoting of the blade.