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rokon2813

Someone refresh my memory please

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rokon2813

What models A/C had the slightly wider rear hitch?

I think the bottom hitch points are about 3/4" to an inch wider than the rest.

Was it the 300 400 series or something else?

LOL Too much data stored in my brain and the search function can't seem to pull it up. :o

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GregB

On my early B-10 I had to space out the outside hitch plate to run a latter sleeve hitch with the lift rod. Only took a couple of washers. Maybe a 1/4" ?

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rokon2813
quote:Originally posted by GregB

On my early B-10 I had to space out the outside hitch plate to run a latter sleeve hitch with the lift rod. Only took a couple of washers. Maybe a 1/4" ?


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id="quote">I don't want to hook it up, just trying to advertise it right. It's a cultivator. ;)

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Talntedmrgreen
Originally posted by rokon2813
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id="quote">Interested! ;)It would be a fit for my Homie. Does it have the larger diameter top bar also? The one that slides in the rear lift?

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Talntedmrgreen

Found this researching the cultivator...paints a pretty clear picture. Gotta love the resources here:J

400_series.jpg

400_series_2.jpg

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quote:Originally posted by GregB

On my early B-10 I had to space out the outside hitch plate to run a latter sleeve hitch with the lift rod. Only took a couple of washers. Maybe a 1/4" ?


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id="quote">GREG,I experienced This mismatch when I 1st attempted to hook up the 36" HD tiller (I purchased from you). The rear mount on the 2110 Landlord was too narrow to accommodate the lower arms of the tiller. Both the inner, and outer hitch components needed to be re-aligned. This was further complicated by a repair made by the PO of the tractor in his repair welding of a broken tow bar.

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