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Old 09-23-2009, 01:37 PM
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I am new to the sight. I cant believe the info hear! This is what I need and I have looked all over the sight I think. I bought a 102 with sickle mower and a Ford LGT 100 with a Kohler for parts. Most of you are closer to them than I am. I am in Iraq as a contractor for the Army. All I have seen of them is the pics my wife sent me. Of course they are not of the parts I wanted to see but she tried. My question is does any one have a manual or pic. of the sickle mounted on the mower? I will be home on leave in 2 weeks and I want to try and get it mounted. There is a show in Larnerd KS on the 10th and 11th of Oct. that I want to show it at but I would like to have the unit together. think I can make it run all right. Thanks in advance for the help and the great sight.

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Old 09-23-2009, 01:53 PM
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Danny! Nice 102 you have there. You even have the hydraulic lift on it. Good luck with it, when you get home. Thanks for your service to our country!
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Old 09-23-2009, 02:02 PM
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danny,



Good luck on the 102, I am no help on the sickle bar, But hopefully someone will be along that will be able to help you out. I know a few guys on here have them.
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Hello and Welcome to OCC! Do you happen to know the model number of the sickle mower?
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Old 09-24-2009, 04:43 AM
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Thanks for the help. I dont have the any of the # off any of it yet. When i get home i will get it all. dose any one have pics of where it mounts to the Cub and maby the belt it takes to run it? I have looked at the charts on this sight and have the others but it dose not show this one.
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Danny:

Welcome to the Forum...

To better help you, we will need a Model Number.
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We have PDF manuals for the 402-D and 402-E. If one of these are yours, I will bost it on our website and you can save it from there.
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