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    Platinum Member allen in texas's Avatar
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    Levelland, TX
    Kubota Grand L 5740, loaded R1's w/642 lbs cast weight, 854 loader

    Default Re: Is there a way to adust the lift arms to lift higher?

    You are welcome and the TBN,r that had trouble with the linkage was MIDGALandscaper. Had a plow just like mine.
    KK 72" tiller Rears SPF 72 inch Flail, FL960 knives, Cammond BS72E 6 foot BB,
    HF Quick hitch, Bush Hog 1812 rotary cutter
    assorted two and 4 row diamond bar equipment, all junky.
    Load Max 32 ft x 102 inch triple axle goose neck carhauler
    Maxey 14000# 16'x83" GN dump trailer
    Oliver 6241 3 bottom rollover moldboard plow
    A plowing video here.
    I like straight furrows
    1960 model 102 Ford 14 inch two bottom rollover plow on my little L3240

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    Waynesboro Va
    John Deere X310, JD LA 145

    Default Re: Is there a way to adust the lift arms to lift higher?

    Quote Originally Posted by denverdave66 View Post
    Thanks Ed, that worked I feel like an idiot.
    We all have had to learn that at one time or the other, it was just your turn. Ed

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    Super Member schmism's Avatar
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    Peoria IL
    New holland TC(33)

    Default Re: Is there a way to adust the lift arms to lift higher?

    Quote Originally Posted by chim View Post
    You're right. I re-read the post and misunderstood. Thank you
    I did a quick google search for a pic but didnt find one last night. A pic is worth a thousand words

    you can see the addtional hole that allows you to raise the 3pt arms. the linkage on the back of my NH has 3 holes
    Steve - TC33D 4x4 FEL, dual rear remotes with toys

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    Elite Member Don87's Avatar
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    SW Pa.
    Massey Ferguson GC2400

    Default Re: Is there a way to adust the lift arms to lift higher?

    I haven't purchased them yet, but I'm going to get a set of these: Tractor quick hitch Implement Ford Deere Kubota MF | eBay as my blade won't lift very high either.

    MF GC2400, FEL, 60in.MMM, 5ft. Cultivator, Single Bottom Plow, Bush Hog RTC48 tiller, MF 2360 front mount snowblower, 5ft backblade. BXpanded Piranha toothbar.

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    4000\' mountains of Southern California
    Mahindra 7520, Mahindra 3215HST, Case 580 extendahoe, Case 310 dozer, Parsons trencher, Cat D6,

    Default Re: Is there a way to adust the lift arms to lift higher?

    Ideally the boom on the rear blade should be parallel to the ground when the blade is setting on the ground. You need to use your top link to do this properly. To get addition lift from the 3pt hitch, the simplest thing to do is to put the top link in the lowest pin location on the tractor end. If your tractor has multiple clevis pin locations in the side links (lift links), then you can use the upper hole to get some additional lift. The problem for you with this is that I don't think that you have multiple holes in the clevises and therefore are limited to the top link pin location adjustment.

    good luck
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