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My answer is NO [img]http://i21.ebayimg.com/02/i/01/58/ad/39_1_b.JPG[/img] It is not a sleeve hitch it is a drawbar with lift arm. You could use the lift arm with the correct locking collars but it is the old first style. The drawbar side stanchions are not made for the newer style seat/ fender pan mounts.

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Thanx, Maynard! I will get in line with all the others that have benefited from your quick/accurate answers complete with drawings right from the book. I will find a sleeve hitch yet that both fits and that I can afford. What a great site this is! $10 is so well worth it! ! Dan

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Simplicity Sleeve Hitch Ends Feb-21-04 14:58:02 PST [url]http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2596482891&category=40108 [/url] [img]http://i12.ebayimg.com/02/i/01/57/47/c8_1_b.JPG[/img]

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IronPony: As I understand it, a sleeve hitch will not do you much good unless you have the rear lift group as well. The light gray rod in ucd's picture above attaches to the rear lift. The rear lift can be used without the sleeve hitch if you have other attachments off the back of the tractor. You need both the rear lift and sleeve hitch to use any attachments that use the sleeve hitch. Rick.......

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