Posted by RustyR on November 11, 2012 at 10:48:28 from (22.214.171.124):
Recently puchased a Davis #27 backhoe (medium sized, not huge) to mount on my 806. The hoe looks like it mounted solid with four pins to the tractor it was ment for. The bottom holes line up and fit the lower 3 point arms pretty well. It came with a three point upper arm y link made of mower blades that I am not going to use. My question is looking for opinions on how to best attach the top holes. The 806 has three bolt mounting brackets bolted into the side of the rear case either side of the top link bracket that look like might be a good place. Also could use the top link mount with a single y shaped arm, or could also mount two arms outside of the top link mount with two arms. Might just be overthinking this...
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