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Build it Cat. 1 or 2?

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Trent Williams

04-15-2002 18:13:06

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I'm rebuiling a 3 point hitch on a D14 that I bought. I have no implements. The "junk rig" that I have torn off includes 2 lifting arms that are 32" center to center, and have 7/8" holes. The center point hook up on the tractor uses a 3/4" hole. Should I make this a Cat.1 or Cat.2? Are the "kits" Cat.1 or Cat.2? Thank You, "City Boy" Trent Williams Henderson, KY

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Farmer Brown

04-15-2002 19:10:49

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 Re: Build it Cat. 1 or 2? in reply to Trent Williams, 04-15-2002 18:13:06  
Suggest building it Cat2. That way you can hook to implements that are either Cat 1 or 2 in the future. For Cat1 implements bushings are available to bush up to Cat 2. If you build the hitch Cat1 then you are limited to only Cat 1 implements.
The kit I have is a Cat2 as far as hole sizes are concerned and I think the others are also. The numbers you are quoting are all Cat 2 numbers.
The only one that won't work for Cat 1 is the 32" width. Need to be able to go into 27" for Cat 1.

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