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  1. #1
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    B3030,Big Boss4x6 ATV

    Default Spacers on B3030 3 point hitch arms

    Should the spacers go on before or after you put the hitch arms on.
    I've looked in manual but have a hard time seeing which goes on 1st or does it matter?
    I use it with a 5 foot rotary cutter.

    thanks

    Bob

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    B3030

    Default Re: Spacers on B3030 3 point hitch arms

    Spacers first, arms second, retainer pins last. On tractors with a MMM the spacers are replaced with a device that lifts the deck when the 3PTH is raised.

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    Kubota B2630

    Default Re: Spacers on B3030 3 point hitch arms

    Quote Originally Posted by Toolguy View Post
    Spacers first, arms second, retainer pins last. On tractors with a MMM the spacers are replaced with a device that lifts the deck when the 3PTH is raised.
    Thanks for that info. I received the spacers and was not sure what they were used for. Now I know!

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