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Decided I pretty well wasted the hitch on my little disc 4th of july weekend

Tried heatting it but didn't want to come straight so I salvaged the only good piece

Laid out a new one outta angle iron

Tacked that together then clamped the hitch bracket on

Welded it up and addd a few more pieces to "reinforce" it

Off to bolt it on, should be cooled by now, then out to test it in the new plowed dirt. See if it's 9hp Landlord Proof:) Got all the plowed area's disc'ed down, little too wet, but 'bout outta weekend

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Yes that is one of the later model hitches. It is too wide of the LL and I need to make it fit right. Also want to put the double iron style lower hitch on it like the B-112 has. For now I'm just running "think 4" washers on each side of it. Also had to drill the hole in the rear left iron for the lift rod. Roy, I'm clueless what those wts are from. Saw them laying in a paving contractors bone yard of road equipment 3 years ago and WHEEL WTs. was the first thought on my mind. I drilled 4 of them for that purpose, thier 62.5 lbs each

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