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Lift rod length between rear lift/one point hitch?

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I have my rear lift group made, and the one point hitch. What is the length of the rod and threaded cleavis piece that will connect the two? What is the throat depth and thread depth of the threaded cleavis? Thanks.

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country, The [2] threaded clevises are 3 3/8 in. each. throat depth is 2 1/2 in. The rod lenght is 32 in. There is a 1/2 in hole in the clevis. Width of clevis [inside is 7'8 in.there is a spacer inbetween the clevis to take up extra room. This is measured on an early B10, the 12 is different. Is this what you want ,and are you going to the threshers in Denten?

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Yes, this is helpful. I'm actually making my hitch for my AC917. Ball park numbers will get me close enough. No, I won't be going to the Denton show. I'm close to St. Louis, MO, so I don't get out to shows much as they are usually not in my area. I don't even have any attachments, but I'm making the hitch anyway. Maybe some day with the hitch, I'll stumble into some attachments for next to nothing. Thanks for the help.

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Samson, I believe you may be referring to a different "lift rod." My 917 should have a cable in place of the rod you are describing. The part I'm interested in can't be more than 12 or so inches long. The rear lift group mounts to the top holes in the sleeve hitch. The one point hitch mounts to the bottom holes. There is a rod that connects these two via threaded cleavis's. This is the part I'm looking for measurements of.

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Sorry country, The measurments were from the B series, I also confused you with [Big country] Thatsd why I asked about going to the denten show. The show starts today and its raining so hard I can't see the woods. They won't have the tractor pull in this mess, hope they postpone for another day. roger and out

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