I was given a 314H in trade for some work. Love the tractor but I cannot tell what Sleeve hitch adapter will fit the hydro. Will one for a 314-8 fit. What do I need to attach to the deck lift? I've read hundreds of posts on here and figured this is where to find the experts. Thanks in advance.
Looking for recommendations on a good sleeve hitch for my XL440H. I'm sure there will be modifications needed, but as little as possible would be nice.
Hey guys, @wheelhorseman, @WVHillbilly520H, are these wh disc ? Picked em up in hickory,n.c. today for $100. Took a chancce. Got the sleeve hitch set up for $80. Found that on the carcass I originally went to buy the steering wheel and rear rims. You just have to look for this stuff, and once in a while you get lucky!!!!
Hey guys, kinda gotta brag about this one. Got my sleeve hitch out of Alabama today for $100! Got part # 85518 from you guys,( thank you very much) got lucky and found it on ebay. Took a chance and ponied up the $100 with only a picture of the box. It's dated '93 so sure it's right for my 520h and wouldn't you know, everything's there! Couldn't have done it without the wonderful members of this forum. Thanks Terry. Just what I need for my brinly plow, disk, tater plow, and backblade!
This is what I call Social Media. I have had my 1969? Charger 10 since 1985 and have learned more in the last month than all time before.
Bought "running when parked". Found Techy 10 HP had optional 3 piece cam, repowered with K301S from Northern Hydraulics.
Mounted it to 1 x 2" channel welded to frame causing all kinds of trouble with belt guards. Fudged, slotted, extended and made them fit. Lifted hood
on short chunks of 1" square tube to avoid cutting it.
Have used it to mow, tow and log. Replaced rusted depressed area of deck with ~3/16" plate left from shortening heavy bench. Took no pics.
Just finished adapting a sleeve hitch kit from Sears Surplus. Used that to spread fill with CL Brinley box blade. Still needs some work.
I have been shamelessly been copying manuals, swiping ideas and fixes from the forums.
Really glad to have found you guys.