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    Default 3 point lift arm turn buckles needed

    I am looking for 2 adjustable lift arm adjusters. If I can not find them, then I need to find some threaded rod and a turnbuckle so that I can make them myself.

    Thanks

    Larry P

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    Veteran Member chim's Avatar
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    Default Re: 3 point lift arm turn buckles needed

    What do you drive? I never paid much attention to them, but both my tractors have one adjustable on the right side. I adjusted both one time - just to make the axis of the 3PH pins level. You shouldn't have a hard time finding them.

    If you don't mind me asking, why do you need two? Seems like there should be a pretty good range of tilt in both directions by lengthening/shortening the one side................chim

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    Default Re: 3 point lift arm turn buckles needed

    I've seen them at every tractor dealer or farm supply store I've ever been in. If you have a tractor supply store in your area, drop in. I've also bought them from the NH dealership, and the Massey fergusion dealership.

    good luck

    Soundguy

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