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    jmc
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    Default Re: Boom pole and top link

    As an aside, you have to look closely at the drawing to see that the A-frame is hinged, not welded, to the boom. I wonder if anyone has ever made that mistake...

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    Default Re: Boom pole and top link

    Quote Originally Posted by gwdixon View Post
    How about adding a hydraulic top link for additional functionality?

    Just a random thought.
    I have a boom pole that I use with my 2720 and I have a hydraulic top link from Fit Rite. It works fantastic with the boom pole. I can raise/lower with the 3PT or just run the top link in and out. The hydraulic top link also allows for very slow and precise load adjustments.

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