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    Bronze Member Tony H's Avatar
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    Default Re: Cat 1 three point Hitch correctly configured

    Xfaxman.. I guess I stumbled on that.. I am a total Newbie to this and I put my lynch pins ( So new to this that I earlier called them Clevis Pins) on those eyelets ...cause it made sense.

    When I take the Back hoe off and get this setup I will see what happens

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    Default Re: Cat 1 three point Hitch correctly configured

    Greg g :

    No photos in the Manual.. not even a picture when I ask the company what they have.
    this machine is a 'Backhoe' type machine that can have the hoe removed and do AGRI jobs with teh PTO so the Agri side is not decribed well at all.
    http://www.jcbamericas.com/files/products/967.pdf

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    Bronze Member Tony H's Avatar
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    Default Re: Cat 1 three point Hitch correctly configured

    FINALLY got a factory picture of what it should look like on my model Tractor.
    Side linke ARE closer to the Attachment end then the stabilizers.. Who wooda known see WORD document picture

    No wonder I'm going crazy...They had the Stabilizer on the wrong side AND in the wrong hole. No one wants to pay for Quality Assurance anymore.
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Default Re: Cat 1 three point Hitch correctly configured

    A picture is worth a thousand words. Glad you got it figured out. And no your not going crazy, I think we have all been in your shoes at one time or another
    2011 CT 235 with FEL, Filled rear tires, 6 foot Land Pride Box Blade, Ansung Terra Force YJR074 tiller, Ansung Terra Force 42 inch pallet forks, Ford 503 3pt side delivery rake, IH 1300 9 ft sickle mower, Hesston 4550 baler, along with rear flood light on the tractor.

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    Default Re: Cat 1 three point Hitch correctly configured

    The factory photo shows the lift links in the farthest hole from the tractor, this gives max lift capacity, less lift height.

    -jcb-jpg

    Your last photo shows the lift links in the closest hole to the tractor, this gives max height, less lift capacity.

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    You can do it either way, depending on the attachment.

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    Default Re: Cat 1 three point Hitch correctly configured

    Looks like you have it figured out. You just need to flip the lifting arms. And the rings for the lynch pins should be away from the tractor, closest to the implement, handy to put in or take out when hooking up.

    The guys assembling those parts are sometimes nowhere near experienced enough to be considered a mechanic or builder. That's why I prefer to assemble things myself. I bought a push mower that was already assembled but was hard to push. Some dummy had put the lock washers between the deck and the wheels, not between the deck and nut. Simple fix but come on, where's his sense of mechanical ability?
    modify, adjust and improvise....a country boy can survive

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