Re: Dearborn 19-1 universal frame brackets

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Posted by Charles Krammin on October 24, 2016 at 19:54:15 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: Re: Dearborn 19-1 universal frame brackets posted by Ed Gooding (VA) on December 09, 2015 at 08:18:39:

I made my own.
Rear- Buy angle iron fender mount from Tractor supply (right width for frame mount). Cut and weld slotted angle iron to accept rear of frame. Make square washer to go over pins to hold frame mount from sliding out. Chain bracket- angle iron bent and slotted. welded to top of fender mount
Drive over and mount rear of frame to brackets. This positions bracing for front stabilizer.
Front mounting brackets using about 8" long 2"x 2"angle iron, for bolting to front axle, with 1/2 of 3/4" pipe to accept cables. bottom side pressure bracket is square tube 14" long (6" x 2"), Or any length cut to resemble right angle. Bottom is 6" from ground. Allow cut hole in angle iron for wishbone brace.
I am having trouble uploading picture .Buy manual from this site.

Charles Krammin

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