Will a Quick-hitch Interfere with draft control sensing function?
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    Question Will a Quick-hitch Interfere with draft control sensing function?

    Waiting for trip to hunt camp to try out my new 5055E and start turning some ground for spring food plots. Have read the operator manual till the ink is missing from the page corners trying to figure out what the new tractor can do my Kubota L4600 couldn't. The Deere has a draft control sensing function per the manual. Most of my impliments are Cat 1 as is my speeco quick hitch. Will a QH interfere with the draft control. Just what exactly should I be looking for to determine how, when, and IF it is functioning properly. I plan to install a hydraulic top link soon but want to confirm my present impliments will be OK or if I need to convert / swap everything to Cat II.

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    A quick hitch won't interfere with draft control, because it doesn't change the way your hitch works. The hitch still pivots and moves in all the same places.
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