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    Default 2" receiver lift arms

    Does anyone know if there are cat 1 lift arms fabricated to fit into a 2" receiver on the market? These would be used in clamp-on receivers on my fel. Thanks
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    Default Re: 2" receiver lift arms

    Not sure how you mean, but you could put a horizontal 3pt lift pin, instead of a ball, on a short 2in square tubing or ball mount. Then use a regular lift arm.

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    Default Re: 2" receiver lift arms

    Bruce, thanks for the reply. Perhaps I am misinterpreting your reply, but I want the ball socket end of the lift arms to come out of the receivers. That way, I can use the clamp-on receiver to hook up to implements via the receiver mounted lift arms.
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    Default Re: 2" receiver lift arms

    Diagram added to previous post.

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    Default Re: 2" receiver lift arms

    So you want to be able to put a 3PH implemnet on the loader?

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    Default Re: 2" receiver lift arms

    Bruce, I got it now, thanks. However, seems these arms won't provide lift as they will pivot on the lift pins. Just looking for a simple 1 piece lift arm that will lock into the receiver and thus not pivot.
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    Default Re: 2" receiver lift arms

    Roger, thanks for the reply. I don't want to take my bucket off my tractor to use implements so this one wont work. But again, thanks.
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    Default Re: 2" receiver lift arms

    I guess if there is nothing on the market, I could get lift arms welded to the sides of 2" stock though I would rather have the arm centered in the receiver so as not to put sideways torque on the receiver.
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    Default Re: 2" receiver lift arms

    If I am picturing this corretly, I think there is nothing on the market because it dont sound like a good way to mount an implement but it does sound like a good way to tear things up. All the weight of the 3PH on a little reciever tube mounted in the middle of the bucket??

    Basically, if I understand correctly, you want a 3-point hitch hookup, mounted on a "frame" of some sort, with a 2" square stub that you could insert into a reciever tube mounted on the fel bucket right??

    What exactally are you trying to do??
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    Default Re: 2" receiver lift arms

    Actually, I want 2 lift arms to fit into 2 clamp-on receivers (not 1 in the center) to allow me to have lightweight/low stress implements on both the front and back of the tractor at the same time. Note, I have the top link attachment resolved.
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