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Re: Quick hitch question

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01-23-2014 21:29:30

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I have a brand new quick hitch I've never used. Every one of my implements requires a different accommodation to make it work. Simpler for me to just manually hook up implements.

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01-24-2014 08:20:57

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 Re: Quick hitch question in reply to Juicybusa2, 01-23-2014 21:29:30  
Yep that is the problem with them. Not all equipment has the pin for the 3 point arms the same as to how wide or narrow they sit so the quick connect does not fit. I have modified more then one machine to work on a quick connect set up

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01-24-2014 07:36:52

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 Re: Quick hitch question in reply to Juicybusa2, 01-23-2014 21:29:30  
Same here, I was buying some tractor stuff and the seller threw in an almost new Harbor Freight quick hitch, along with the "secret" HF adaptor for non-standard implements. Of 5 implements I tried it with, it would only fit one without serious hassles. I could have probably modified one or maybe two of the others to fit, but it would have taken some fairly extensive cutting and welding.

Pat's seems a bit better in this regard just because it doesn't try to do as much.

I dream of some self centering quick hitch that would allow simply backing up to the implement and instantly hitching all three points, and disconnect with a single pull of a lever. I gather they do exist, but would cost more that the tractor.

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