GC and leave Quick Hitch on

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Pixguy

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I'm looking at buying a QH for my GC2410TLB and wondered if Pat's QH or Harbor Freight's hitch can stay on while leaving my BH on. :confused:

I'm assuming not, but wanted your opinion and/or experience.

Thanks
 
   / GC and leave Quick Hitch on #2  
I'm looking at buying a QH for my GC2410TLB and wondered if Pat's QH or Harbor Freight's hitch can stay on while leaving my BH on. :confused:

I'm assuming not, but wanted your opinion and/or experience.

Thanks

No.
It attaches to your 3 pt, which you have to fold up or remove to attach the BH.
 
   / GC and leave Quick Hitch on #3  
I'm looking at buying a QH for my GC2410TLB and wondered if Pat's QH or Harbor Freight's hitch can stay on while leaving my BH on. :confused:

Have you not noticed the 3 pt. hitch barely fits up in there? :confused:

Why do you want a quick hitch?
 
   / GC and leave Quick Hitch on
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#4  
Have you not noticed the 3 pt. hitch barely fits up in there? :confused:

Why do you want a quick hitch?

I thought that loading my rake and future box blade would be easier with a QH.

I do realize it's a tight fit when swung up, and while my machine is 160 miles away at my camp and can't look at it, I had wondered if it would mount below the BH brackets. Silly question, maybe, but we're learning here. :cool:
 
   / GC and leave Quick Hitch on #5  
A quick hitch is great when you have large heavy implements, and you change them often.

For cat. 1 implements like your talking about, you really don't need a quick hitch. Because, you can move the implement if it is not lined up, put in the 3 pins, and your off.
 
 
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