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    Default G2001 plow for G1900s tractor - mounting questions

    I just picked up the plow and sub-frame (and free tire chains, sweet). From the looks of it, I have all parts. I'm wondering how it is designed to attached to the hydraulic lifts that the mower deck uses?

    I'm in the ballpark as far as hole locations, but the lifts on the tractor have a small plate welded on to them and I'm having a hard time visualizing how the plow connects. Can anyone take a picture of their assembled plow for me? I have the breakout image of the plow and can see i have all the proper parts, but I'm just not putting it all together...

    Here's the plow breakout image for reference. Part 13 (small rectangular plate) is what attaches to the tractor with a pin.

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    Thanks,

    Josh

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    Default Re: G2001 plow for G1900s tractor - mounting questions

    Part 13 should attach to the rear deck lift points.

    Aaron Z
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    Default Re: G2001 plow for G1900s tractor - mounting questions

    Right. The holes line up fairly close, I just cant seem to figure out how to properly connect them together. The rear deck lifts have a small plate welded to them that makes the connection not sit flush...apologies for the poor description. The deck lift connection area are in the shape of an upside down T. To connect part 13 would create a triangle shape... I'm guessing with a little more attention to it I can figure out how to connect them flush so it maintains the T shape.

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    Default Re: G2001 plow for G1900s tractor - mounting questions

    Here's a photo of the connections. I'm thinking maybe just put a couple washers in between the hydraulic lifts and the steel plate (part 13) so they are reasonably flush when i tighten the bolt. Any other suggestions? A day off tomorrow and 2 days until snow...i got this

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    Default Re: G2001 plow for G1900s tractor - mounting questions

    Quote Originally Posted by jabr1319 View Post
    Here's a photo of the connections. I'm thinking maybe just put a couple washers in between the hydraulic lifts and the steel plate (part 13) so they are reasonably flush when i tighten the bolt. Any other suggestions? A day off tomorrow and 2 days until snow...i got this
    G2001 plow for G1900s tractor - mounting questions-plow-subframe-connection-hydraulic-lift
    Assuming that part 13 is the one that you are holding in your hand and the bolt goes through the hole in the orange lift arm, I would say that you are on the right track.
    Is there also a lip on the inside of the lift arm?

    Aaron Z
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    Default Re: G2001 plow for G1900s tractor - mounting questions

    Quote Originally Posted by aczlan View Post
    Assuming that part 13 is the one that you are holding in your hand and the bolt goes through the hole in the orange lift arm, I would say that you are on the right track.
    Is there also a lip on the inside of the lift arm?

    Aaron Z
    Yes, same size lip on both sides. part 13 = the piece I'm holding. Seems like a strange setup, but if washers solve my problem I'm fine with that.

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