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    I match quick hitch

    I have 2 herniated disc and think this would be amazing for quick and easy 3 pt connections.

    Also who sells them the cheapest... If they are worth it

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    The award for cheapest probably goes to harbor freight. Their model sells for 100 dollars, and with their regular 25-30% off coupons, can be had for a good deal.

    3-Point Quick Hitch for Tractors - 27-3/16" Clearance

    Some people complain about it interferrimg with the top connection on some items, I personally have not had an issue yet.
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    I think most people that have them love them. The actual iMatch that Deere makes is pretty much the same price everywhere so it doesn't really matter where you buy.

    Harbor Fright has their version and that's probably the cheapest one on the market. I've seen a few people complain of some quirks with them but for the most part they get good reviews. Harbor Freight has a habit of sending out coupons pretty much daily so if you sign up for them on their site, there is a good chance you'll get a 20% off coupon in your email within a week.
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    I've owned both HF and now JD,, Yes JD is a nicer and for me a better deal because it was buy one more attachment and get more money off .

    I had the HF for thinking close to 10 yrs. didn't use my everyday don't know it it would have but for the money and the things I used it for worked OK
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    I think Quick Hitches are great time savers if you swap your implements often. I'm far too old and out of shape to wrestle heavy attachments these days. Your JD dealer can supply them or you can find them from other makers such as Land Pride and Woods. I believe even Harbor Freight sells a cheap model and Tractor Supply sells SpeeCo.

    Another option is Mutton:
    John Deere iMatch Quick-Hitch

    A lot of folks swear by Pat's system which is a little different.
    #1 Tractor 3 Point Hitch - Quick, Easy Change System

    Personally, I'd only buy a genuine Deere iMatch or Land Pride's model. You get what you pay for.
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    I find the JD iMatch Quick Hitch to be very easy and convenient to use. I only have a few 3PH implements but between the Lesco core aerator, Heavy Hitch and Jamison Bryce MCS Mount it makes changeovers a breeze.
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    I have both the JD (old version) and HF. I would not be without it. The only con is that it is a little more difficult to get in there and hook up a PTO shaft. I use the JD on the rear 3pt and the HF on the front loader in combination with the 3pt loader adapter. If you can find the old version of the JD iMatch, that is the one to get.

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    I've not seen Imatch in use and have a question. Can this be used with a pto driven post hole digger?

    With my post hole digger I remove top link and attach unit to tractor. Seems like they would not be compatible.
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    The HF,,,





    I paid $75 a couple months ago,, 25% off coupon,,,
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    I Match Hitch

    I have the I match Hitch and it does make it very easy to hook up my King Cutter rototiller. The price is about the same everywhere. I shopped around and did not find much difference in price
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