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One point hitch for large frame simplicitys

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Chris you can still order all the main parts for a one point hitch or as some call it a sleeve hitch from your Simplicity dealer. I ordered mine this summer and it was just over $100.00 for all the main parts.

you can not order it as a complete unit one part #. Here are the part #s to order. 1ea 1675373 clevis assy. $65.70 1ea 1716179 pin hitch $17.75 1ea 154304 yoke $7.00 1ea 1603816 plate stabilizer $8.85 1ea 1604349 lift rod 10.20 you will also need if you want every thing new. 4ea 176012 spring clips (Quick pins) 3ea 155037 attaching pins 2 5/8x11x2 1/2 bolts and nuts 1 cotter pin

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If you go to Simplicity web site and go to tech pubs, download 1690045 and browse thru back end of book and it will show you what you are looking for. I have a hitch in my garage from a B-10 and they are pretty much the same if you are interested. BLT

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If you go to Simplicity web site and go to tech pubs, download 1690045 and browse thru back end of book and it will show you what you are looking for. I have a hitch in my garage from a B-10 and they are pretty much the same if you are interested. BLT
I goofed up. Mine is a single point rear lift hitch. BLT

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That hitch works great with the old walk behind attachments.I have used the plow,cultivators and the disk.I have a tiller that someone tryed to put on a tractor but I guess that it threw the dirt quite a distance.Bob

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