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SAMUEL
Join Date: Sep 2003
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2003-07-17          59722


I HAVE A TC30 WITH TURNBUCKLE SWAY LINKS WHICH I DO NOT LIKE. AGRAVATING TO ADJUST. LOOKED AT ATC29 IT HAS PINS WITH HOLES IN SWAY LINKS. I FIND IT MUCH EASIER TO ADJUST WHEN CHANGING IMPLEMENTS. ANY WAY TO ADAPT THES LINKS TO TC30. TC29 SETUP IS DIFFERENT ANY SUGGESTIONS WITHOUT GOING THROUGH TO MUCH TROUBLE AND EXPENSE.

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2003-07-17          59723


I have a TC33D which has a expanding sway control arms consisting of a solid bar with holes that slides inside a tube with corresponding holes. A pin with a keeper chain makes adjustment quick and simple. Maybe your sway links could be changed out without too much trouble. Also might want to change out the lower arms too as they have manually extending ends which make hitching up easier and quicker. ....

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RadioOne
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2003-08-22          62493


Just had my new TC30 delivered, and just like you, I didn't care for the turnbuckles for sway control on the 3 point hitch. Turns out that I was able to upgrade to the better 3 point hitch setup, including the non-turnbuckle sway conrol, as found on the Boomers for only about $300. Well worth it if you ask me. ....

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Art White
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2003-08-23          62511


Most dealers have quick hitch pins with snap over locks. They come in many sizes and will often replace the pins on the ends of your turnbuckle so you don't need to run it in and out. ....

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