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    Default SAE Cat.1 specs...

    Trying to save myself a few bucks and build some of my own attachments. Currently in the process of building a box blade and was wondering if there is a standard measurement for the mounting pin locations. Does it make a difference for "limited cat.1 vs SAE cat.1"? I measured my snowblower and tiller and they are both different. Thank you.
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    Default Re: SAE Cat.1 specs...

    Unless you got free metal.. i don't see how you can come out building a single unit.

    Yes.. measurement does make a difference.. if you have a full cat 1 tractor.. stick to the cat 1 pin and dimensions.

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    Default Re: SAE Cat.1 specs...

    Yes, I do have some free steel and like to do my own welding. Where do you find the dimensions?
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    Default Re: SAE Cat.1 specs...

    one place...
    TractorData.com - Three-Point Hitch


    Doesn't tell the distance to the top link but I believe cat 1 in 14 3/4 inches and cat II is 15 inches. ('nother edit) 18 inches on cat 1. The previous measurements are for a quick hitch hook bar is you have one.

    Someone here posted a diagram, or a link to one but I can't find it just yet.


    edit. lots of variation in cat 1. hopefully everyone will standardize some day
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    Default Re: SAE Cat.1 specs...

    Ditto on the variations in Cat 1. The BX24 is supposed to be Cat 1 but the top link sold at tractor supply as a Cat 1 is about 3-5 inches longer than kubota's top link The Cat 0 at TSC is about the right length but the pin holes are too small.......to get the right size pin holes you buy the too long one and cut 3 inches or so out of the middle and weld it back together BTDT

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    Default Re: SAE Cat.1 specs...

    Thanks everyone for your responses, that's why this is such a great site lots of helpful info.
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    Default Re: SAE Cat.1 specs...

    Here is a link to the ASAE standard dimensions that will fit quick-hitches:
    LSU AgCenter . Will an ASAE Standard quick hitch Fit?
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    Default Re: SAE Cat.1 specs...

    Awesome, thanks KennyD.
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