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All Cat-0 3-points take 5/8" pins and the top link attachment point on implements is usually 12" up from the bottom pins.
 

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Anyone have a Massey cat 0 implement that can measure from the draw bar height to the top link point and let me know the meadrement?
 

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Guess you didn't read my post!
 

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Cat 0 is Cat 0.
 
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I do agree that sometimes I find confusing information on Cat.0, sometimes wider than 20", sometimes 7/8" pins. I never figured out where the disparity comes from, the manufacturers or the persons writing the information or other.

Anyway, for the 1655/1855 and similar, the TractorData informations are correct, 20" wide, 5/8 pins and about 12" between the bottom pins and the top link.
 

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I do agree that sometimes I find confusing information on Cat.0, sometimes wider than 20", sometimes 7/8" pins. I never figured out where the disparity comes from, the manufacturers or the persons writing the information or other.

Anyway, for the 1655/1855 and similar, the TractorData informations are correct, 20" wide, 5/8 pins and about 12" between the bottom pins and the top link.
The disparity is from folks calling things Cat 0 when they are not. Cat 1 uses 3/4" pins, don't know where the 7/8" pins go?
 

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The disparity is from folks calling things Cat 0 when they are not. Cat 1 uses 3/4" pins, don't know where the 7/8" pins go?
Cat 1 lift pins are 7/8. Cat 1 top link pin is 3/4.
 
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