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    Muller Controller Joystick Location??

    Hi, I'm new here after being a browser but not member for about 2 years now and hoping you can help me. We have a Knight Trailblazer 4200 with a Muller multi function joystick for all its operations, problem is we have no idea where to mount it so we can swap it easily between tractors? I have a picture here of where we have it mounted at the moment but our plan is to use it between 2 tractors, so we need it to be swap able fairly simply and in a decent location where its not a major stretch to get too.
    Hope the pictures help and thank you in advance for any help/ pictures of where you mount yours in a new holland cab. Thanks again

    http://i.imgur.com/BwEaKmx.jpg
    http://i.imgur.com/AJRtbwU.jpg

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    Re: Muller Controller Joystick Location??

    Quote Originally Posted by FarmerGrumpz View Post
    Hi, I'm new here after being a browser but not member for about 2 years now and hoping you can help me. We have a Knight Trailblazer 4200 with a Muller multi function joystick for all its operations, problem is we have no idea where to mount it so we can swap it easily between tractors? I have a picture here of where we have it mounted at the moment but our plan is to use it between 2 tractors, so we need it to be swap able fairly simply and in a decent location where its not a major stretch to get too.
    Hope the pictures help and thank you in advance for any help/ pictures of where you mount yours in a new holland cab. Thanks again

    http://i.imgur.com/BwEaKmx.jpg
    http://i.imgur.com/AJRtbwU.jpg

    Welcome.

    First thing that comes to mind is to use 3 suction cups that are threaded, then make up a 3 legged frame to take the controller over to where you want it and fix it to the door glass (add telescoping/adjustment to get closer/further away from the driver?) with a lever suction cup on each "leg". Clip to glass and run lead down one leg with cable ties.

    Would of thought the type of suction cup with a ball mount would be good to accommodate different glass profiles?

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