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    RFB
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    lift arm pins? Is there such a thing as a (one-pices) long lift arm with pins on each end? I want to construct a ballast box using concrete and wanted a single long rod terminating in pins at each end to span the width of the box.

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    I used a drawbar. Its a single peice of iron with a row of holes. They have pins on the end cast as a solid piece.

    Speeco makes various hitch accessories that are available at many ag supply and tractor dealers:

    Speeco Drawbars

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    Agri-Supply has them in their catalog for under $20.

    Agri-Supply Catalog page 27

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    Thank you very much gentlemen!

    RFB

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    Default Re: Double-ended

    I used a piece of 7/8" steel rod.

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    I used a cheap surplus drawbar bolted to the bottom of this counterweight.. etc.

    Or as others said... use a 7/8 rod.. or piece of rebar even.

    Soundguy

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