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Tool Talk Discussion Forum

3 pt tool

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06-09-2014 17:35:16

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Anyone have a simple tool to hold up the 3 pt arms while mowing? I have a small kubota that I mow with a 60" deck and I would like to keep three point trailer hitch on but it digs in on hills-- it is a pain to keep taking off hitch?

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Part Time Pete

06-13-2014 17:11:01

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 Re: 3 pt tool in reply to Bfullmer, 06-09-2014 17:35:16  
I welded a pin on one of the three point hitch arms and another to the upper frame of my three point hitch assembly (it's an aftermarked three point hitch)
I then tie the two pins together with a top link.

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06-09-2014 20:00:43

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 Re: 3 pt tool in reply to Bfullmer, 06-09-2014 17:35:16  
doesn"t your three point arms control the lift on your deck? They don"t come down and your deck won"t come down

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06-09-2014 19:24:36

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 Re: 3 pt tool in reply to Bfullmer, 06-09-2014 17:35:16  
There was a post on about keeping the front up on a bushhog just a day or so ago.

There is a kit with chains that pins to where the top link goes on the tractor and the other end hooks to the lower pins out at the hitch/drawbar. if your lower pins on your trailer hitch bolt on, the kit has plates to bolt under the pins to make the lower end permanently fastened on.

I have one on my bushhog that I use with a MM 335 with a weak 3-point lift.

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06-09-2014 19:20:51

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 Re: 3 pt tool in reply to Bfullmer, 06-09-2014 17:35:16  
use a length of chain, lift 3pth, the chain from top link mount down to lower link level, either the link pins or a crossbar on your trailer hitch, get the chain as tight as possible, and then the arms won't lower much.

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