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I decided I needed a way to carry some things around when working with the tractor. This is not a "Wheel Horse" attachment, but will work with any Category 1 three point. The idea came from a Kubota guy that did some great videos on how to make it. I decided to go with a Rural King "King Kutter" frame for three reasons: 1) it was red and I didn't have to repaint it to match, 2) I liked the RK mounting points better than TSC because they were mounted away from the frame farther and accept quick hitch if you use that, and 3) out of three TSC location around me, NONE had thier County Line carrier in stock. RK had three for the same price of $159. I added a hitch receiver to move utility trailers. I beefed it like the video by adding a piece of steel and routing out the underside so it sat flush. For chainsaw carrier I routed out a 2x6 enough to fit the saw bar. My rear tires are water filled, but this adds a little more weight as well. I plan to get a big HF (1K) furniture dolly to put under it when not attached because it's too heavy to slide around. I can get that for $12. A handmade one cost more than that in just wheels. Here are some pictures of the build if you could use something like this.
Hi , im new to this forum. I have two wheel horses that im always fooling around with and joined to get more involved. I have a 520-h and a 310-8 my current project is making up a cat 0 three point hittch for the 520 i was wondering if anyone else has attempted to make one. its almost finished I just have to figure out a way to lift it. i made a linkage out of flat stock that goes to the lift cylender for the attachments I just have to make a shaft for the lift arms abd have to figure out lift links aby ideas?
Hi fellow Wheelers I just completed the fabrication of a Three Point Hitch for my 70"s GT14. Parts List include: 1. Used Wheel horse Rear Axle Bracket to which I added two Class One Hitch Pins with a steel bar welded across (bar was from an old shaft from a bad shock absorber) 2. Lower lift and Center lift bars and center lift arm (purchase from e-bay for $150) Note: One side was adjustable and the other solid, I changed the solid one so that is also adjust so that I could obviously adjust it and also make it fit better by removing a section and welding-in two threaded bolts 3. A twenty inch Class One tow bar from Tractor Supply for $139 Think you'll agree it came-out pretty good. Comments or suggestion appreciated As a side note might someone know what the rear pulley on the GT14 is for..... I assume perhaps the rototiller... but it looks so flimsy for that? Thanks