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Curt south of K.C.

07-19-2011 17:00:45

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Old You posted you make your 3 point hitches for the WD's. What do you use for your center link connection? Do you use a bracket around the shaft of the arms? I think that is the rock shaft not sure what you call it?? mine was like that didn't work to well so i made a bracket to bolt on the rear end houseing, sets my center link a little higher more level & it works little better. Just curious

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Curt south of K.C.

07-19-2011 18:27:07

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 Re: Question for Old in reply to Curt south of K.C., 07-19-2011 17:00:45  
When i moved mine up on the rear end little higher it works better!! that being said!
I still believe they only work good enough to get by: but not great?? bale stabber,grass seeder,brush hog,disc.Mine does not work with a plow, just doesn't set up right. Of course i don't know how the 7-8 hundred dollar ones work might be better. Thanks for the reply.
Curt!!![ hope your not missing out on this 100+ weather were having. Wouldn't want you to feel left out]

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07-19-2011 17:48:39

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 Re: Question for Old in reply to Curt south of K.C., 07-19-2011 17:00:45  
I have had them set up 2 different ways. Thje one that bolts to the rear end and up high is the one I prefer. But I have had them so that they where on the rock shaft and did not move with the shaft and also had them welded to the shaft so as to rotate with the shaft and thous (sp?) turns with the shaft

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