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4000 extending pull hitch?

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rodm1

10-15-2012 15:39:11
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I have a old sickle bar mower and the PTO shaft is to long (should be cut) but it probable would be to short then for my Deer.

Do they sell hitch extenders for this purposes what do they look like? Do I have to make one?




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Sean in PA

10-17-2012 02:35:57
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 Re: 4000 extending pull hitch? in reply to Mal(Pa), 10-15-2012 15:39:11  
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Then the 3 point drawbar that you posted the link for should move the mower back by whatever the distance is between the hole in your swinging drawbar and the end of your 3 point arms.



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rodm1

10-17-2012 01:23:26
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 Re: 4000 extending pull hitch? in reply to rodm1, 10-15-2012 15:39:11  
"Is your mower a tow behind that you're towing from the swinging drawbar?"
Correct,
This post was edited by rodm1 at 01:26:41 10/17/12 2 times.



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Sean in PA

10-16-2012 16:25:02
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 Re: 4000 extending pull hitch? in reply to RodInNS, 10-15-2012 15:39:11  
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Is your mower a tow behind that you're towing from the swinging drawbar? If so, that type of drawbar should move the mower farther back. If it's a 3 point hitch mounted mower then I don't think so.

This is the one that NoNewParts was talking about that should extend the 3 point by a few inches:

CLICK HERE

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rodm1

10-16-2012 14:43:39
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 Re: 4000 extending pull hitch? in reply to rodm1, 10-15-2012 15:39:11  
I don't think this is what you all are talking about but I'm thinking this will work for me.

3 Point Hitch Cross Drawbar

http://www.eezs.com/upload/product/large/20090712182430_cross%20drawbar%2011%20hole.jpg



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rodm1

10-16-2012 14:37:39
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 Re: 4000 extending pull hitch? in reply to rodm1, 10-15-2012 15:39:11  
I don't think this is what you all are talking about but I'm thinking this will work for me.

3 Point Hhitch Cross Drawbar

http://www.eezs.com/upload/product/large/20090712182430_cross%20drawbar%2011%20hole.jpg



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NoNewParts

10-16-2012 05:38:39
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 Re: 4000 extending pull hitch? in reply to Larry NCKS, 10-15-2012 15:39:11  
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add on quick hitch style ends that hook to the ends of the lift arms

will gain you a few inches

google 'pat's easy hitch'

(you might need a longer toplink with them)



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Sean in PA

10-15-2012 19:06:44
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 Re: 4000 extending pull hitch? in reply to Kurt-NEPA, 10-15-2012 15:39:11  
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sotxbil - I think that your suggestion would effectively make the PTO shaft even longer. He said his shaft is already too long and that he's looking for something to move the mower farther out on the ends of the lift arms.

rodm1 - I know it' a bit pricey, but the only suggestion I can come up with is to buy another PTO shaft that's shorter and use the shorter shaft on the Ford and the longer one on the JD.

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sotxbill

10-15-2012 16:29:56
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 Re: 4000 extending pull hitch? in reply to rodm1, 10-15-2012 15:39:11  
a over run clutch will move it back about 5 inches



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Roger in Iowa

10-15-2012 16:05:57
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 Re: 4000 extending pull hitch? in reply to rodm1, 10-15-2012 15:39:11  
What model of mower?



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