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    Cat 1 telescoping draft links from John Deere

    My 2014 3038E came w/the standard non adjustable arms & I’ve hated them since day 1. I’ve been searching for years for a solution & I finally found it. The new 2020 models come with telescoping draft links & they bolt right up to the older models. I ordered a set for a 3025D & put them on this morning, took about 15 minutes with basic tools. $480 well spent
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    Sounds interesting. Will they fit on a Limited Cat 1 like on the 1 series?
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    Quote Originally Posted by La77chevy View Post
    My 2014 3038E came w/the standard non adjustable arms & Ive hated them since day 1. Ive been searching for years for a solution & I finally found it. The new 2020 models come with telescoping draft links & they bolt right up to the older models. I ordered a set for a 3025D & put them on this morning, took about 15 minutes with basic tools. $480 well spent
    That's about what an iMatch quick hitch costs...

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    Do you by chance know the part # for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Super55 View Post
    Do you by chance know the part # for them.
    I found this in the on-line 3038e parts catalog. With discount that would be around $375 from GPF.

    Part Number: BLV10919
    Part Price: 403.70 USD
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    Description: Hitch Coupling - KIT, TELESCOPING DRAFT LINKS
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    LVA22107 is the # from the 3025 that I got, apparently the same arms, just a different # than the 3038e & for whatever reason are around $40 cheaper. New guy so no option to post pics. I tried the quick hitch but all of my implements are different & the quick hitch was a PITA

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