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cut down groomer
Topic Started: Jul 6 2013, 04:52 PM (1,200 Views)
Edisworking
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we want to cut down a br275 ,we know how to to the blade and the tracks but what do you do with the tiller ?
I think you cut the tiller frame but the tiller bars ?
if i cut the tiller bars do i have to have them balanced ? if so who can do that ?
thanks ed
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Catman Craig
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tiller is the hard part. where you at??
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Dan at TTM
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Where are located? I have wings and tracks already cut down to 12 ft Thanks, Dan. 970-509-0117
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lester g
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i have a tiller off of a 1999 mp 275 that is cut down to 10 feet give me a call if you have any interest in that. thanks les 218 289 0662
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slednek06
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I cut down a PB270 to 10' blade tracks and tiller. Just disassemble the tiller, cut the frame to appropriate length, we took the tiller bars and cut the outer ends and then re welded the outer rings back on. Did not need to balance afterward and I get no vibrations from it. Measure twice cut once! Don't forget to add bogey wheels to the top side of the tracks to hold the unbalanced weight of the tracks. I've seen lots of machines cut down and they just let the tracks ride (wear) on the inner frame of the undercarriage. Some pics of the project in one of my previous posts. Good luck.
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