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Caught the right hand indicator arm on it's first day out ploughing 15 months ago, started by a light but un trimmed hedge, a small field in through a grass field so the hedge cutting man keeps forgetting it.
Terrible design, I was so mad about it I couldn't bring myself to buy another arm off MF till now. A bit of black paint and let the glue set and the job will be a good one.
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When I went to feed the cattle Monday I saw this at the bottom of the yard and thought I must have done something stupid.
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I need one similar to that for the Class as the tread is damaged. How much are they
They might be heavier on the Claas, it has the heavier backend like the 7720S, you are welcome to try them to see if they fit, as both are coming off now.
 

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Look like a good job, so when the lift is lowered they’re free to sway and as you rise it they lock in place?
Yes, the chain and spring release them when lowered. The older walterschied ones had a claw on the end which tended to break if one closed and the other didn't. Will see how these go before buying another set for the 7720S.
 
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