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The HT style 3-pt requires the frame rail extension past the rear axle. That extension is where the pivot blocks for the cross shaft are installed. If a Large Frame tractor does not have the frame extensions, you have to use the lighter-duty 3-pt that was offered for the early Large Frames like the 1250, 1455, etc.
 

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I've got manuals for both the 1886 style p/n 18010 and the HT style p/n 18086. Here's a picture of my 1886 3pt hitch. It uses push rods whereas the HT style uses a single lift lever and is set up different. I don't think the 18010 would work on the HT series. Also a picture from the parts list of the 18086 so you can see the difference between the two.
 

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The 1886s-05 and the HT18/1886s-06 also uses the same 3 point as on the HT20. Anything older then the 1886-04 uses the older 3 point.
 

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I cannot tell you whether you could install the earlier 18010 3-pt on an HT20. Although I have both types of 3-pt hitches, it never occurred to me to try to.
 
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I didn't post any pics but I did use the early style on one of my HT20's. So they will work.
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