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I have a lawn sprayer that I use to fertilize and spray weed killer. The tow pin on the Regent is too high for the sprayer. I've decided to have an aluminum plate made that will bolt to the tractor back plate and lower the tow pin. Has anyone done this? Any suggestions?


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quote:Originally posted by MadMike

I have the same problem with my tow behind sprayer. I just found an extra long hitch pin, and used a piece of PVC pipe as a spacer.

id="quote">Hi MadMike,I've done that but it is a pain to work with. When I get my plate made, I'll let you know what I come up with. Thanks for your reply.

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