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    Feb 2012
    Tampa, FL
    2011 Ct 235

    Default Difference between link pin and draw pin?

    I just installed Pat's easy change on my CT235. While it works great, the only issue I am having is that there is very little extra space between the Pat's washer and the bracket on the implements so the alignment must be dead-on while backing up. The videos I have watched online show the pins being longer so hookup would be easier. My existing pins are Cat1 and 5 1/4" total length. I see Tractor Supply has longer pins but they have both "Draw Pins" and "Link Pins." Which ones do I need to put on my implements? Are they the same, just different names?
    Thanks for the help

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    Dec 2003
    Western Kentucky
    JD3720 Cab, 300X loader with 4-in-1 bucket

    Default Re: Difference between link pin and draw pin?

    Well, sorta depends upon the implement; some take lift pins, some take draw pins. Lift pins are more common, they are already physically attached to the implement. You back up to them, lift, and go. Draw pins however, are removable. You remove the clips, pull the pins, back up, insert the pins and clips, and drive away.

    TSC doesn't help, because they are inconsistent in the wording of their implement pin inventory. A photo of the implement you're trying to lift would help narrow this down.

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    Former Chinese tractor owner (x4)
    Current John Deere owner

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