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 11-14-2004, 19:34 Post: 100336
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I am looking for information on how to adjust me three point hitch. I took delivery of a new JD4110 two weeks ago and today I noticed the rear box blade was leaning to the right and rubbing the tire. How do I adjust to stop this. FYI I have the i match system.






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 11-14-2004, 19:49 Post: 100337
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Adjust your 3pt anti-sway so the 3pt hitch is centered.






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 11-15-2004, 17:35 Post: 100366
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Is that the gold turnbuckles on the bottom? Bare with me I'm new at this. Thanks






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 11-15-2004, 18:58 Post: 100372
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 3pt Hitch rubbing on tire

Yes, adjust them to center everything up.

Don't worry, we've all been there. The only stupid question is the unasked one.






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 11-24-2004, 14:01 Post: 100938
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I agree of course no such thing as a stupid question, but my silly question is why you haven't read the manual that came with the tractor? Smile






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 11-24-2004, 18:05 Post: 100966
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I have. However if you've looked at the Deere 4110 manual it has 5 bullet points on the subject and when I adjust the turn buckles as they suggest although its now not rubbing it still comes within a 1/4" of the tire and seems to have an awful lot of swing left to right.






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 11-24-2004, 23:17 Post: 100985
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 3pt Hitch rubbing on tire

Tighten both turn-buckles equally until the side-to-side sway is about 1/2 inch and the implement is centered between the tires. Don't overtighten... it needs a tiny bit of slop to raise and lower without binding.

Shame on your dealer for not showing you what to do here.






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