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Daly Belly Grader Blade

Postby NHIRONWORKS » Tue Sep 27, 2011 7:16 am

Found this blade in Oklahoma and talked the seller into shipping it. Trying to find out how it hooks up. I know the two short brackets go to the belly lift pins.. The other two pair of brackets go back toward the rear and up, but not sure how they mount. I am missing one long straight bar, but can make it easy enough. Also missing a shorter bar with several holes to adjust the angle, but make that too. It came with a model 100, and that is what I hope to mount it on. Anyone have one or a diagram? Thanks!
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Re: Daly Belly Grader Blade

Postby RandyLittrell » Tue Sep 27, 2011 7:31 am

The picture shows it mounted to a wide frame cub, but it may work with a narrow frame as well.

Best thing to do is put what bars you have on it and slide it under your 100, hook up the lift bars and see if there are some holes that line up for mounting.


That picture tells a lot, and you should be able to figure it out once you have it under the tractor.





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Re: Daly Belly Grader Blade

Postby Paul B » Tue Sep 27, 2011 8:05 am

I believe the picture shows it mounted to a narrow frame, and from the fender pan, a 1X6, 1X7 series, so it should fit the 100. It also appears to be missing some brackets that the rear of the long arms/bars mount to.
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Re: Daly Belly Grader Blade

Postby NHIRONWORKS » Tue Sep 27, 2011 1:01 pm

Hi Paul,
I questioned if there may be a bracket that bolts toward the rear. have you seen one or picture of one (the bracket). Any literature on it by chance so I can see what I am missing? Thanks! Eric
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Re: Daly Belly Grader Blade

Postby Paul B » Tue Sep 27, 2011 2:58 pm

Eric,
I saw one of the blades on a tractor at a show, but did not look at the rear bracket. My bad.....
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Re: Daly Belly Grader Blade

Postby RandyLittrell » Tue Sep 27, 2011 5:58 pm

Paul B wrote:I believe the picture shows it mounted to a narrow frame, and from the fender pan, a 1X6, 1X7 series, so it should fit the 100. It also appears to be missing some brackets that the rear of the long arms/bars mount to.



You are right Paul, my bad! I am going to be 45 in a week, must be old age setting in. :beer:






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Re: Daly Belly Grader Blade

Postby Amigatec » Tue Sep 27, 2011 7:41 pm

NHIRONWORKS wrote:Found this blade in Oklahoma and talked the seller into shipping it.


Hummmm....any Cub stuff in Oklahoma should stay in Oklahoma. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Or at least let me have first dibbs.. :D :D :D

This does give me an idea thou, I have a blade that may work as a belly blade.
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