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WD Dave in NC
Looks like you have most of the 3pt hitch adaption. You have the toplink centered on the lift arms. You have the forward supports for the lower 3pt liftarms. All you need are the lower liftarms, the link to the upper lift arms for each and your toplink.
If anybody can give you any greater detail, I'd like to hear it. If there is a drawing available of the front piece and the centerpiece on the drawbar, I would like to build a similar hitch.
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