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    Default 135 Weight Bracket and weights...now on...

    Got the bracket, had to burn some holes in it so the Mahindra weights would bolt on..I have a 7ft extreme duty box blade on the back that weighs around 6-700 lbs...now holds the ground good. Try to upload some pics. BobG in VA
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    Default Re: 135 Weight Bracket and weights...now on...

    I remember you saying 2"x5/8" bolt but what threading?

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    Default Re: 135 Weight Bracket and weights...now on...

    Scott...not really sure...I just got them as TSC out of the bin...they fit..its not a fine thread...sorry..You can look up under your 135 and see the threading..it may help you.BobG in VA

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    Default Re: 135 Weight Bracket and weights...now on...

    It would be 5/8 - 11 which is a standard coarse thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott123456789
    I remember you saying 2"x5/8" bolt but what threading?
    Scott,the manual says 5/8" X 2" NC, Hex

    NC is coarse thread or 11 thread per inch. NF is Fine thread = 20 thread per inch. You could use TSC's common bolts sold by the pound. Grab some 5/8 flat washers too.

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    Default Re: 135 Weight Bracket and weights...now on...

    Quote Originally Posted by The kid View Post
    Scott,the manual says 5/8" X 2" NC, Hex

    NC is coarse thread or 11 thread per inch. NF is Fine thread = 20 thread per inch. You could use TSC's common bolts sold by the pound. Grab some 5/8 flat washers too.
    You will have plenty of "purchase" with the 2" bolt. I used one flat washer (against engine frame) and one lock washer (against the bolt head). Not ever intending to have it come loose. BobG in VA

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