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"hitched" 414-8

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Nice work, I really like how you did the sleeve hitch

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44 minutes ago, Thor27 said:

Nice work, I really like how you did the sleeve hitch

Thanks!!

I made it from an old MTD sleeve hitch.

24 minutes ago, Tractor boy said:

Cool and where did you get the lead for the receiver?

Mostly from wheel weights.

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Sure did! What you see is a steel 4x4x14" long steel tube. I welded a cap on one side, filled it with molten lead and welded a cap onto the other side. Only thing I should have done was put handles on it.

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