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mroman59

rear lift - proper positioning on 3pt hitch??

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mroman59
I made my rear lift lever assembly using the DIY instructions of this website, so I can not tell for sure if my mounting of the lever assembly is correct. All I want to know is when you attach the lever assembly to the 3-pt hitch and have it positioned correctly, does the tubular part of the lever assembly (the part that the tiller arm & pin fits in) supposed to be centered between the the 3 pt hitch side bars or lets say centered over the hole at the very bottom of the hitch, which is used for attachments? How critical is this alignment? Thanks, MR

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BMinor8806
I have always installed them flush with the right hand hitch support. This way they are flush right and have the shaft available for the tiller drive system / pulleys on the left. Brandon

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Talntedmrgreen
I think the standard hitch frame is being referenced. I have seen them called a '3pt hitch' in various CL and ebay listings. I was of the impression someone had devised an actual 3pt hitch until I received pics from a seller once...it was just a standard rear assembly. Could be wrong here though...

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