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 04-30-2005, 20:36 Post: 110552
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 BX2230 3 PT hitch max. spread lower arms

What is the maximun diatance the 3 point hitch lower arms show be on the BX2230. My was set at about 18"-20".

I have a drawbar from the dealer that is about 22", but I saw where Cat 1 spread for the lower arm is 26".

Is the 26" for a true Cat 1 hitch and the BX2230 is consider a Sub Cat 1 ??? Maybe 20" or something??








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 04-30-2005, 22:43 Post: 110557
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 BX2230 3 PT hitch max. spread lower arms

You set them where you need them for a given implement, and then remove the side to side slop with the adjusting screws provided.

The only limiting factor I could find on my BX was a reduced maximum lift height.

Below is a post I made on the issue a couple of years back.






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 05-01-2005, 07:48 Post: 110566
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I'm building a 3 point hitch dethacher and I needed to know how far apart the link pins on the hitch needed to before I weld it.

I saw 26" on the information on the net , but my drawbar was only 22" wide.

I know that 26" is Cat 1 specificed.

The dethacher will have both Cat 0 and Cat 1 pins. I'm going to set at 26".






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 05-01-2005, 20:05 Post: 110587
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 BX2230 3 PT hitch max. spread lower arms

Bx's area a Cat O width with catagory one one pins.






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 05-01-2005, 21:51 Post: 110591
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 BX2230 3 PT hitch max. spread lower arms

If you are building an implement from scratch, chances are it would not matter either way. Sub-CUTs do not have sway blocks that would be a problem so the arms could be adjusted to about any width up to the maximum spread. If the BX is like the Massey GC2300, the links can go out to normal Cat I width (26" plus a few more inches for hookup). The drawbar I have on my GC hitch is a normal 26" Cat I. One thing you might think of is making the frame so the pins can be reversed for different tractors. Turn them out for a normal Cat I tractor and turn them in for your BX.






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