A couple of thoughts... First of all, the three point was made to pull - not to push with. Pushing, like with a back blade will turn them into pretzels faster than anything - though I know we all push a little snow with them now and then. Secondly, what condition are the ball sockets in? If the balls and sockets are badly worn then I would just replace the lift arms. And remember to look at the balls on any used ones you may buy because they are likely badly worn too. If you are pretty sure you won't be doing a lot of pushing with them then I would just buy new ones. You could never stretch or even bend a set from china if you never pushed with them. If you plan to push snow then I would buy used ones with good balls/sockets.
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