[quote="Mike Rakow"](quoted from post at 02:21:02 08/25/14) I started another post on drawbar/hitch items, and it was pointed out to me that the lift arms/lower links are bent on my Dad's tractor. Can I get some opinions on replacing them....new (aftermarket) or a good used set?
I know the new stuff appears to be made in China or India...anyone have any experiences (good or bad) with them?
Would good used (but 60 year old parts) be a better route?
Any input would be appreciated.
The use of stabilizer bars would probably help keep the lift arms from bending. I use them with mower and back blade.
This post was edited by R Geiger at 21:05:04 08/24/14 2 times.
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