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  1. #21
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    Long/Landtrac360DTC

    Default Re: Draft Control? When? How? Why?

    A top and tilt replaces the toplink and adjustable side link with hydraulic cylinders. As long as you have hydraulic outlets to hook them up to, you can install them.


  2. #22
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    Mahindra 6000 4wd; IH x2; NHTC40DSS; International 1086; JD 5525

    Default Re: Draft Control? When? How? Why?

    Who sells these, and what do they run?
    Thanks.

  3. #23
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    L3130 hst

    Default Re: Draft Control? When? How? Why?

    Sorry to barge in . But I'm pretty much set on a Kioti dk35.
    it list it's 3ph control as position ,draft ,and I believe,
    mixed . I understand the first two, what is mixed ????
    Thanks , John

  4. #24

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    Houston, TX.
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    2001 TN65, 1951 8N Ford

    Default Re: Draft Control? When? How? Why?

    You have two handles, one for position and one for draft. Mixed is when you use the position control to set the range of motion and then the draft to set the sensitivity. When you use the draft control alone the three point goes all the way down, you might not want to completely bury the implement but still have the draft function.

  5. #25
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    Default Re: Draft Control? When? How? Why?

    Makes sense ! Thanks , John

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