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    Tractor Hitch Welded up.

    Finished welding up the Tractor Hitch today. Need to paint it still but it goes up and down and stays strait doing it. Total investment Both 3/Point Cat #1 Pins $6.00, Truck Hitch $12.50 extra 3" Box Steel and Strap $26.00 so it adds up to only $44.50 for it except a can of paint. I can get a ripper tooth for it to slide in the box receiver that has a shear bolt from Titan another $55.00 that would be nice for shallow wire/pipe trenches. Could make one too and use a ripper from my box blade?? Click image for larger version. 

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    That looks really nice! Good job!
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    Now that is very excellent considering your cost.
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    What a great idea,, I'm doing this!
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    Looks good to me!
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    Well now I'm going to have to do this. I have two old ones laying around. Thanks for the idea JD
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    Looking at those beads, op appears to be an expert with a welder.

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    Thanks for the nice comments but not a expert welder yet but have not had one fail yet on me. I love having a Wire Feed Miller 215 w/Argon/CO2 Gas. It has saved me a ton of money doing my own welding with it.

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    Nice job and repurposed
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