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Update on wheel horse slot hitch

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Dakota Wilson

01-12-2021 10:48:46

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So I figured out the the cultivator slides into the slot hitch thanks to Joe! Thanks again! Sadly the 1 bottom plow won't slide into the slot hitch? I don't want to force it in there and get it stuck. Thanks!

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joe csuti

01-12-2021 12:16:44

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 Re: Update on wheel horse slot hitch in reply to Dakota Wilson, 01-12-2021 10:48:46  
Depending on weather it's the width or the thickness of flat bar on cultivator you may have to use a drill mounted grinding wheel/sanding disc to remove material a little at a time on width/thickness of flat plate on cultivator hitch,the slot hitch being made of cast iron is not all that square inside the slot,usually has hi/low spots in same,I have slot hitch and flat bar trailer hitch on 3 of my 4 tractors.

About 10 yrs ago I bought an old Magna America front tine tiller(agway brand) with a 3hp eng at an estate sale,went to red square and went thru manuals library(much small then)and found owners manual/parts list for a self powered tow behind front tine tiller that wheel horse sold for their 4-7hp tractors in the mid 60's,these tractors also used a slot hitch for raiseing/lowering tiller in operation,made up extended axle assembly for wheels and a flat bar hitch similar to hitch on your cultivator,the REAL problem was when I moved tiller from one tractor to another I had to touch up flat bar on hitch so it would slide into slot due to casting hi/low spots inside slot hitch

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Dakota Wilson

01-12-2021 13:18:07

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 Re: Update on wheel horse slot hitch in reply to joe csuti, 01-12-2021 12:16:44  
Thank you so much Joe! Your a lifesaver. I will try that. Thanks again for taking the time to help me out with my problems!

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