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What lift arm(s) does the 18010 3-pt for the early large frames use?

Would the ones for the 18093 tiller work?
 

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i think they would be to long... if you need to make some they are pretty simple to make
 

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Well, the question is moot now.

The 3-pt that I was looking aat, had the lift arms with it. :D
 

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Thought I'd add to this thread rather than start a new one.

I got to thinking that if the 3-pt is installed that it may interfere with mounting my tiller.
Is that the case, or will the tiller mount with no issues even if the 3-pt is there as well?

Second, I've found a 3-pt sleeve hitch adapter on eBay:
Category 0 3 point drawbar with sleeve hitch adapter | eBay

Have any of you folks used something like this, and if so how well did it work?

Third, I've seen some adapters for 3-pts that make changing/mounting implements a breeze. Problem is, all that I've seen are for CAT 1 and above. Does anyone know if something like this is available for CAT 0?
Pat's Easy Change System Product 1
 

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its one or the other, tiller or 3pt cant have both on at the same time
 

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HHHMMMMM...guess I'll have to come up with a BHT (Big Heavy Thing) to put on the 3-pt.

I know some guys with larger tractors have used 55 Gal. drums filled with concrete, and a rod thru the center, but I think the diameter would be too much for a Large Frame.

I wonder if something like a beer keg would work? I'll have to do some research. :D
 
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