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Sorry -- here is the link: http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=44264 I would like to use it on my 2000 Legacy. I measured the hitch that came with my grass catch and I believe this will fit.

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You can order a Brinley hitch aka sleeve hitch from your local Simplicity dealer. you can not order it as a complete unit one part#. Here are the part #s to order. 1ea part # 1675373 clevis assy No.(11). $65.70 1ea part # 1716179 pin hitch No.(7)$17.75 1ea part # 154304 yoke No.(2)$7.00 1ea part # 1603816 plate stabilizer No.(10)$8.85 1ea part # 1604349 lift rod No.(5)$10.20 you will also need if you want every thing new. 4ea part # 176012 spring clips (Quick pins) 3ea part # 155037 attaching pins 2ea 5/8" x 11 x 2½" bolts and nuts 1 cotter pin 1 paid $109.50 for the five main parts. My dealer threw in the bolts,nuts,pins,sping clips and cotter pin. Alot cheaper than $156.00 plus shipping on ebay.

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Maynard, Thank you for the details. I am looking to disc and plow my garden. Is the hitch always free to move up and down or does the lift system lock it down? Does the weight of the implement engage the ground? Sorry, I am new to this, I have always used a walk behind tiller until now. David

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