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 02-26-2002, 07:41 Post: 35886
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 Attaching the Cutter to the 3PH

I have an elementary question: My cutter has 3/4" pins for attachment to my 3 point hitch. The hitch has holes that appear to be about 7/8". Both are nominally Category 1. Do I need to install a bushing on the pins first, or is some slop in the connection OK?






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 02-26-2002, 09:55 Post: 35890
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 Attaching the Cutter to the 3PH

Clemson, I'm surprised that you'd have 3/4" pins. You could use bushings, but if it were me, I'd replace the pins with 7/8" pins. Wouldn't want the slack in the hookup that would eventually wallow out larger holes.






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 02-26-2002, 12:18 Post: 35891
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 Attaching the Cutter to the 3PH

Sounds like the pins should have been larger for that cutter. I think I would talk to the dealer about it.






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