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Re: 450 hitch

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scott AR

04-07-2002 19:30:35




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Norm, I have hever actually done this conversion but I think it could be a lot simpler than the way you are considering. There are forks available (not OEM) that will fit in the lower arms that have a ball in them. I remember seeing a top link base for sale that bolts on the back of the rear end housing. Then you can use your existing lift system.




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Norm in Alabama

04-08-2002 19:10:59




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 Re: Re: 450 hitch in reply to scott AR, 04-07-2002 19:30:35  
Scott, where can we find that top link base you were talking about? Would appreciate any help we can get. We really appreciate you guys replys. Red Power is truly strong.



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sod

04-08-2002 06:07:21




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 Re: Re: 450 hitch in reply to scott AR, 04-07-2002 19:30:35  
Ya, get the forks... you would still have down pressure.
I don't know about the new 3 pt.s but the old ones didn't have down pressure.
good luck
sod



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