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Kioti DK40CHSE 3 Point hitch levers

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onthelevel
Join Date: Aug 2015
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2015-08-25          193412


Hello all,
I have a Kioti DK40CHSE with the 2 3Point Hitch levers.
The position control lever and the draft control lever.
If I raise and lower the position control level the lower arms raise and lower as they should. If I leave the position control lever in the lowest down position and raise and lower the draft control lever the lower arms raise and lower just like with the position control lever. Is this the way they should work?
Please reply. Thank you. Onthelevel

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joyce1
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2015-08-26          193424


Please read this thread and let me know if it clears up your question on draft control.

Here is one of the better explanations

Jon, think of 'draft control' as a form of 'auto-pilot' for the 3pth, you set it to a particular point and the draft control maintains it there.

In ag. use the draft control would be used to, for instance, keep a plow from digging in too far and stopping the tractor. Instead when the load got too great it would automatically raise the 3pth, and the plow with it. The system uses a sensing mechanism connected to the upper link of the 3pth, when you push or pull against the upper link it moves a valve that remotely operates the two lift arms that the implement hangs off.

I'm not sure that you could get the draft control sensitive enough to do what you want but it theory it should, you might need to work at a slower speed to allow it sufficient reaction time that's all.

BTW, draft also means pull, or work, as in draft horses.

Best of luck.
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Link:   What is 3 point hitch draft control?

 
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auerbach
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2015-08-27          193448


Thanks Joyce -- I've long wondered. Follow-up questions:

Would dc help a box blade spread leveling topsoil?
What's involved to install dc on a tractor without it? ....

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