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    lift arm pins for cat 1 hitch

    I bought a Alamo Flail mower.
    I need to get pins for the lift arms.
    these pins ideally would be 7/8 dia x 3 usable length.
    they need to look like top link pins.
    my local tractor supply place carries the pins with one end threaded ends the lift arms. these won't work as the implement has a bar that goes on either side of the ball on the tractors lift arm.
    Nobody seems to carry pins that are made for this type of application.
    Anybody can help me here.
    Sources?

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    There's this: (longer than you need but should work)

    SpeeCo 7/8" x 6" Double-Lok Locking Hitch Pin 70044200 by Speeco Inc for $18.99 in Pins - Parts - Repairs - Tractor Parts & Accessories - Agriculture : Rural King But a little pricey.

    Why not get a Gr8 7/8 x X length bolt with a locknut or just the bolt and then drill the one end for a keeper pin?
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    Ok so i'm guessing your lower links are the clevis style? If that's the case you can buy a 7/8 hitch pin and cut it to the length you need and drill it for a keeper. They are fairly soft and cut easy. My rear finish mower is a Land Pride and has the same style. I was missing one till I found a dealer close by and asked them. They could get them for a couple bucks so it wasn't worth making one for me. Maybe if you have a Land Pride dealer close by try them.

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    I believe you have the same pin layout as on my Frontier box blade. Below is a pic of a similar layout on another box blade. I used the same type of pin for mine. If you go to your local farm and home store and look at the 7/8 inch hitch pins like you see on this unit, you should be able to find what you need. You probably have been looking at cat 1 3pt pins. Instead, look at 7/8 inch hitch pins. This is what I did. Just make sure it is long enough to go all the way through so you can put a spring cotter pin in the end hole like you see in this pic.

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    thanks for the replies.
    Yes, my mower has the clevis type set-up.
    I know I could get and use longer pins, but I was hoping for a simple easy solution of a pin that the size I need.
    I guess I'll have to use a longer pin.

    Thanks all

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddinham View Post
    I believe you have the same pin layout as on my Frontier box blade. Below is a pic of a similar layout on another box blade. I used the same type of pin for mine. If you go to your local farm and home store and look at the 7/8 inch hitch pins like you see on this unit, you should be able to find what you need. You probably have been looking at cat 1 3pt pins. Instead, look at 7/8 inch hitch pins. This is what I did. Just make sure it is long enough to go all the way through so you can put a spring cotter pin in the end hole like you see in this pic.

    Dave
    Agreed.

    Here is one from Agri-Supply: Hitch Pin, 7/8" x 4-1/4" with Clip Pin | Agri Supply, 11882

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    Longer is better than shorter, at least that's what SWMBO keeps telling me.
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    I took a picture of my Land Pride mower today so you could see if it is similar to what you need. I tried to post it here but cant get it to work. I tried my computer and my cell phone and neither will work for some reason. If you do a search for Land Pride 310-020s that is the part number for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck S View Post
    I took a picture of my Land Pride mower today so you could see if it is similar to what you need. I tried to post it here but cant get it to work. I tried my computer and my cell phone and neither will work for some reason. If you do a search for Land Pride 310-020s that is the part number for them.
    Chuck, is that 310-020s pin 7/8 dia x 3 useable length?
    I have a landpride dealer just down the road from me.
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