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 04-02-2004, 06:19 Post: 81846
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Can any body help me with measurements of B7100 3 point hitch parts > centre to centre of the lower links, distance of the lift rod from the centre of the pivot end of the lower link and the length of the lift rods.

I am going to have to fabricate this myself because of the ridiculous costs of genuine parts.






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 04-02-2004, 07:10 Post: 81847
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Check out the 3-point kits offered by best-used-tractors. Go to their website and click on 3-point kits. They have a pretty nice kit that would fit the 7100. I built my own for the last tractor I had. By the time you buy the rod ends and fittings, you won't save much over what these guys offer, and it looks like a pretty nice kit.






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I am working on a set of drawings for two different designs. I have built and tested both of them with good success. One design is for a MMM on the tractor, the other is without. The indicator displays the height of the three point arms in front of the operator, allowing you to repeat implement height for grading work. So far with the testing I've done, both seem dead accurate.

As soon as I get the drawings done, I would be happy to share. Our digital camera took a poop, or I would post some pictures.






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Thanks Beagle. I live in Aus. and I think that there are similiar kits available here but I will persevere with fabricating it myself. The support bracket for the trencher will interfere with any stock kit. The trencher is easy enough to take off, but the re-enforcement bracket is a different matter.






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Sorry, didn't notice you where down under there. I used a hydraulic pipe bender to form my arms, Worked pretty well with 1/2" stock for the arms. Have fun.






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