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 02-09-2004, 05:56 Post: 76405
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 3 point hitch arms on eBay

Why is it that selling 3 point hitch arms and stays on eBay is so frequent? Do they wear out/break/bend in normal use?
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 02-09-2004, 07:08 Post: 76412
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 3 point hitch arms on eBay

They can get bent pretty easily pulling ground engaging implements around tight corners or using the rear cutter of a box scraper like a dozer.

I guess the question is why there are enough people looking for them that other people are trying to sell them? A related question is where do the good used ones they're trying to sell come from? I don't think they wear out but some do get bent and some used tractor sold with back-hoes get separated from their lower link arms, which would be sources of demand. I guess parted out tractors and people who buy back-hoes might be the supply.






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