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    Default Re: HF Quick Hitch

    Yes they stock both CAT I, and CAT II. That's the cheapest I've seen someone get the CATII for usually that a good price on a CAT I. I would check back about a week or two after the storm, bet you find some generators then.
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    Default Re: HF Quick Hitch

    I know that the only one on display at my store is the CAT II. It's funny, since the store is in a suburban area with few tractors of any size around, let alone CAT II sized tractors.
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    Default Re: HF Quick Hitch

    Quote Originally Posted by CompactTractorFan View Post
    I know that the only one on display at my store is the CAT II. It's funny, since the store is in a suburban area with few tractors of any size around, let alone CAT II sized tractors.
    If it's like our local store, it's because they sell more of the Cat 1's and can't keep the display for one in the store for long, if they put one out.

    I asked at ours'.


    They have the same problem with the air-driven impact wrenches, especially the less expensive ones, but with those it's a lot less hassle to unbox and hook one up for display purposes.

    Speaking of which, has anyone used any of their composite impact wrenches?


    I'm looking for an air-driven one, to replace my electric one- which has been awesome for the past 10 years, but seems to be losing power, and I think I'd like to get a composite one [if they work OK] for the lighter weight.

    Thanks,
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    Default Re: HF Quick Hitch

    IHi Andy, et al,

    I've been meaning to get back on here and thank you for the link to the Agri-supply adapter, 'cause for the $9.99, I decided to get a spare- perhaps to leave one on each of our most often used implements, but I've been working extra shifts to make up for the 5 day weekend I took off last week to rent and use a Yanmar Kio27 mini-excavator.

    I'll be posting details about how it worked and what we did with it on another post [hopefully soon].

    In further support of the HF QH, I just want to say that we've been using it extensively with our 48" Gannon Rollover boxblade to move and regrade all the spoils from our excavating, and it hasn't ever even creaked, despite very heavy loads and off-center pulls.

    I haven't taken it off the tractor since we got it, I just keep making adjustments or adaptations for it on the hitch points of any and every new piece of steel we get that needs an adapter to go on it.

    That being said, our boxblade went on pretty easily, without any sweat at all.

    As far as having to get off the tractor to change implements goes, that's the least of my issues with having the quick hitch.

    What I HATED!!!! was having to painstakingly screw the lower lift arms in and out to change out each piece of equipment once I got backed up to it.

    Being able to back up and get the pins locked into the lower hooks by just lifting the 3-pt is an awesome improvement.

    After that's done, getting the toplink hooked up is breeze by comparison- I just always make sure our 3-lb [HF] drilling hammer is close at hand for the more delicate adjustments....

    Take care,
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    Default Re: HF Quick Hitch

    Quote Originally Posted by bcp View Post
    $17.49 on-line. Is the one in the catalog a different number?

    Shf141145 Top Hitch Adapter Bracket

    Bruce
    Can any one give me dimensions of the adapter? I want to roll my own.

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