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    Default help needed for power flow hook up

    can anyone locate a picture or link that will show me how a powerflow bagging hopper fits on my 2006 X575 rear hitch? I have countless hours trying to locate how it attaches so I can look for a used hopper and hitch bracket. Here is a pic of my rear hitch.
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    Default Re: help needed for power flow hook up

    Not sure I follow the request.
    Do you need someone with an X575 with a bagger to show you a pic of theirs? Then you will look for a bagger that fits your X575?

    Or going to find any bagger and see if you can fabricate the hitch?

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    Default Re: help needed for power flow hook up

    Take a look at this and see if that is what you wanted.

    ommm164040_j0
    Last edited by travlitt; 12-02-2014 at 11:11 PM.

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    Default Re: help needed for power flow hook up

    [QUOTE=beenthere;3965709]Not sure I follow the request.
    Do you need someone with an X575 with a bagger to show you a pic of theirs? Then you will look for a bagger that fits your X575?

    Or going to find any bagger and see if you can fabricate the hitch?[/QUO

    My situation is that 3 people with different attachments all claim to have come off a 575 or a 585 but none show it on the hitch. Plus my hitch may need an attachent to accept any of the 3. Im not sure

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    Default Re: help needed for power flow hook up

    Quote Originally Posted by travlitt View Post
    Take a look at this and see if that is what you wanted.

    ommm164040_j0
    oh boy that just might be it. Ill go have a better look. Thank you

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    Default Re: help needed for power flow hook up

    It shows it in detail. Also shows it with a 3 point lift. If this is not it...I guess I don't understand what you want.
    Last edited by travlitt; 12-03-2014 at 10:36 AM.

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    Default Re: help needed for power flow hook up

    Sounds like it is the Click-and-go kit that you might need.

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