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 11-30-2003, 09:08 Post: 69975
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Recently fould this 3 point hitch attachment and accessories. Any Comments






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 12-01-2003, 04:50 Post: 70018
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Looks like an interesting unit. There are similar ideas from places like Northern Tool but maybe more stuff can be hung on this unit. You might price some alternatives, especially if you interested mostly in one feature.

When using units like this for towing trailers it's a good idea to use a chain that limits the 3ph rise. Some similar units have a chain but I didn't see one on this unit. A loaded trailer going down hill can lift the hitch and maybe break it. If you're going to use a tractor to tow loaded trailers around, just be aware that tractor brakes aren't that great and diesels have little engine braking so a tractor can get pushed downhill--most HST transmissions do provide some braking.






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