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    Default Re: 2" receiver lift arms

    I know you can buy weld-on replacement lower "ball eyes". IF you have a welder, why not buy a pair of them, and simply weld them to some 2" square tubing.
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    Default Re: 2" receiver lift arms

    I kind of agree with LD1. I think my landscape rake is about the lightest implement I have and it weights around 350#. When you extend it that far out from the lift arms and then add the stress of actually using it I would be concerned about damaging the bucket or twisting something.

    What implements do you have in mind and what tasks do you plan for them?

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    Default Re: 2" receiver lift arms

    And I wouldnt trust clamp on reciever tubes either.
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    Thanks guys, guess if I want to try this I will have to see my welding fabricator.
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    Oh, as far as what I will use it for, one thing is planting many feed strips in remote areas. With broadcast spreader on back, I will have lightweight drag harrow/boom pole on loader. This allows one to plant and cover seed in one pass albeit in reverse.
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    You can get a atv 3 point hitch. It hooks up to one 2" receiver.


    http://www.gearup2go.com/atv/heavy-d...FQqk4AodMUIA7Q

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    Default Re: 2" receiver lift arms

    Seems like it be easier to adapt this to mount on the bucket
    3-Point quick hitch for Tractors - 27-1/2" Clearance

    than to buy lift arms etc..

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    Default Re: 2" receiver lift arms

    thanks everyone. But, I don't need any of that stuff...already saw all that in searches....just want to keep it simple and plug simple lift arms into Payne heavy duty clamp-on receivers I already have. Guess I'll have to have them made if no one knows of any out there. I do appreciate the advice and input.
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