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Old 08-30-2020, 12:57 PM
H.Bay H.Bay is offline
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Default 3 point hitch for 782

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Since i live in Europe i'd rather build my own 3 point hitch. So after i have been gathering ideas for some months i have bought kubota lift package which include lift arms, top link and liftrods for the liftarms.
I have measured and drawn my plans into cad and i'm not sure if i need to change somethings, so any feedback is appreciated
One of the things i dont know the lenght of is the lift bar from the cylinder back to the liftrods, so if anybody knows how to make one that would also be great

My inspiration:
Lift bar
Cat 0 Hitch on My 1450 and his plans
Custom Wideframe Cat. 0 3 point
3 point on a QL 1000
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Old 08-30-2020, 05:04 PM
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It looks like your adjustable lift link is attached to your draft bar too far away from the tractor. See cub cadet lift diagram attached. this will increase the weight you can lift but greatly reduce the height you can lift it.

I dont have a 782 anymore to compare lift bar length for you. it may not matter since yours is in a different spot than the 782 three point from cub.
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Old 09-03-2020, 12:16 PM
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True, i will have to make new holes for the draft bar once it all it assembled. I might try to measure the distance for the lift bar once i have taken it apart.
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