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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy-IA View Post
    Looking good!


    Enlighten me...what's it do?

    Front end or rear end? ...still cipherin on it... looks like a lift, that much seems obvious. For what is my dilemma.
    It’s a sleeve hitch. Attaches to the rear hitch plate. Used for ground engaging attachments like cultivators or moldboard plows. Is raised or lowered by a pivot plate and rod that connects the hitch to the rock shaft, which controls the deck height.
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    OHHH, thanks for that !

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    The rear lift looks good rocket.
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    ‘73 140 H1, ‘75 214, ‘79 JD 317 Onan P218G, JD F935, 19xx Wheel Horse D250 550 Arc FEL ARPS Box blade

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    Finally finished the aerator that mounts to my homemade heavy hitch!
    It was originally a pull type Brinly.
    It worked well, quite pleased with it.







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    Quote Originally Posted by Grant Baker View Post
    Looks good
    Quote Originally Posted by N2 Tractors View Post
    The rear lift looks good rocket.
    Thanks! I originally cut the flat stock pieces and bent the center frame part back in 2012-ish, and for whatever reason, the parts ended up in the shop collecting dust. I happened to pick up the tube stock for the pivot bar last fall, and then when the virus stuff hit and I ended up here at home for a couple of months, I decided to finish it. Bought the pins and springs for the top latch pins this week, drilled all the holes, and welded it up! Painted it today, and I'm pretty happy with it. It's not perfect, but it's definitely not an abomination.
    Now I just need to get some attachments for it...

    -Brian

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    I “fixed” the pulley alignment issue on my 111. The jack shaft, matches the pulleys, but it leaned forward enough to destroy the pto belt within minutes. So the best option I came up with was putting on taller tires to be able to adjust the deck up in the front to ease the angle. Worked good and looks pretty cool.
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    Well it turns out the angle is good, but it still eats belts. So the deck is off permanently... On the plus side, I only paid $20 for the tires.
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    My Jack shaft did the same thing. I ended up putting new bearing in it (weird tall bearing) and bending the bracket a bit to straighten it out. Its definitely not the best set up.

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