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    Default Re: Using a 3 PH Aerator

    Nice set-up cowbell.

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    Default Re: Using a 3 PH Aerator

    Quote Originally Posted by RaydaKub View Post
    ... your normal carry wheel operation appears to be backwards from mine based off the lock pin.

    I'd like to come up with some way to use the 3ph, either to mount or to lift it, but retain the pull type so my neighbor can feel free to borrow it as well....
    I actually welded the 3PT attachment points on what was supposed to be the rear of the aerator, so that would explain it looking backwards. I also shortened the wheel lever to get it to clear the braces for the top link attachment point.

    I definitely see your point about retaining the ability to use it as a pull unit. I keet the tongue bar in my garage so I can bolt it on in case I need to convert it back to being pulled (which I hope I never have to do).

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