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 01-16-2001, 21:09 Post: 23464
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 My B2710's 3pt hitch is too high

Hi everyone,I have a B2710 with turf tires, and the lift links on the 3pt hitch only lower to 12 inches. I just bought a rear snow blower, and have to use the "B" holes in the lift links, which Kubota recommends I use only for lighter implements, to hook it up. I notice that if I fully lengthen the connector that goes from the right lifter arm to the check valve, my hitch still doesn't start to rise until the position lever is at 3 or 4. It rises until the stop on the left arm hits the metal, but doesn't trigger the relief valve. I think that the solution is to remove the snap rings, and rotate the lift arms down 2 or 3 splines on their shaft. I could rotate them more before the arms hit the PTO shield, since right now they only go down to a couple of degrees below horizontal. This would lower the 3pt hitch, and also signal the position control to start lifting at 1 or 2. Has anyone else had this problem with a B2710, or have any advice about this? Any input would be appreciated as I'm hesitant to mess with the factory setup.Thanks,Todd






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