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    Default front hitch/first project

    -001-jpg-001-jpg-001-jpg-001-jpg-001-jpg-001-jpg-001-jpg-001-jpg-001-jpg-001-jpgThis is my first project I bought an atv reese sleeve that I bought at hf and welded it on backwards to a I beam and bolted it to my tractor the hole that usualy bolts toan atv is forward so I can pull a garden tractor type trailer/or put a ball on it without reese hitch so now I have 260$ in my tractor as I paid 250$ for tractor and 10$ far hitch sleeve.

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    Default Re: front hitch/first project

    I accidently posted same pic several times heres some others-003-jpg-003-jpg-003-jpg

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    Default Re: front hitch/first project

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    Default Re: front hitch/first project

    Nice job! Looks super heavy duty. You could push down some small trees with this setup.
    I used to do the Hokey Pokey but I turned myself around.

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    Default Re: front hitch/first project

    thanks its not a shiny new tractor but I love it my dad has a kubota but this one is mine and to me its baaaad.

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    Default Re: front hitch/first project

    Looks good! You might consider adding receiver tubes to both ends. It would allow you to have a removable carryall. Also I have found it easier & faster to hook up to trailers if I can see the hitch & tongue. Which side of the front end you would hook the trailer to would depend on the direction you need to steer the trailer to keep from running a tire into the tongue.

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    Default Re: front hitch/first project

    thanks Im gonna make a carry all next.

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