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Old 03-31-2018, 11:13 PM
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looks like the tank from my 782d is different than yours mine has the notches for the fender mounts but pokes out on each side. im guessing that a super three point isnt gonna fit looks like the rock shaft arms are gonna hit the tank
Yeah.... the 782D and the 1772 use different fuel tanks. One is a GT, the other an SGT. 782D, 882 and 1572 all use the same tank. So I guess the 1772 is the "odd duck".

Why were you planning to put a SGT rear hitch on a GT? You would have to notch the rear frame of the 782D for it to work, even if the arms didn't fit the tank. You can put a GT rear hitch on an SGT without mods, but not the other way around.
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All put together and ready to plow -till.The super tank has cut outs for the pto driveshaft and lift arms.
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Yeah.... the 782D and the 1772 use different fuel tanks. One is a GT, the other an SGT. 782D, 882 and 1572 all use the same tank. So I guess the 1772 is the "odd duck".

Why were you planning to put a SGT rear hitch on a GT? You would have to notch the rear frame of the 782D for it to work, even if the arms didn't fit the tank. You can put a GT rear hitch on an SGT without mods, but not the other way around.
Jon nope it is now a super used a cyclops iirc a 2082 frame my 782d tank has a 'tunnel" for the rear pto driveshaft to fit but im pretty sure the rockshaft arms will hit tank
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Looks like the same CV shaft I put in my turbo 1772. Mine lasted a few years. The shaft has a bend in it now. Vibrates pretty bad. Time to figure out a new shaft. CVs have held up well though. Hope you have better luck.
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The loader puts a lot of stress on the frame twisting.I have a Case 644 the loader is built as part of the tractor not much flexing.
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