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Re: Fast-hitch

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07-08-2013 06:53:22

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The fast hitch will not interchange easily from 400 because of the lift cyl arm is mounted to the top deck or trans main cover, the brackets will fit the sides of the rear frame, hyd linkage wont work on 560, 460 wont fit 400/450/560 at all, slightly smaller main frame, later 450 would fit & be usable for most part except hyd linkage.

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Roger Tomfohrde

07-08-2013 07:55:52

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 Re: Fast-hitch in reply to RPM1941, 07-08-2013 06:53:22  
Not all400 have the style you are talking about.My Dad's didn't And a couple I have bought over the years didn't, but the neighbors did.I think the early ones did but the later ones into the 450 did not. They had a different leveling crank from the 560 so you could tell the difference. My dad bought his new so I don't think it was added later.

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07-08-2013 08:57:03

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 Re: Fast-hitch in reply to Roger Tomfohrde, 07-08-2013 07:55:52  
You are partly correct, but basically there is a early 450 and all 400 by serial/style there was 3 distinct type of 2 point fast hitch. They could be added because in those days IH made most of these as Field Attachments, Parts Catalog calls out these parts in that section. they made a 2-1/2 cyl with out traction control, also 3-1/2 without, then same with traction control. It gets interesting but I spent 10 years in set-up at a IH dealer from 1960/70 & then in parts for 37 more. There was small details such as knobs & levers that changed.

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