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    3pt hitch to backhoe

    do they make any type of device that you can make or buy that will change from the 3pt hitch to the backhoe with out having to unpin the 3point hitch? it is a little pain in the a-- to change it as often as i have to.
    i use the 3 pt hitch for my chipper and have to remove all the arms for my backhoe and i am changing it often.
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    on my 1025r takes maybe 3-5 mins.
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    Heavy Hitch offers products that make changeout and storage of the Quick Hitch and arms really fast and easy. Please see this post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricklaplante View Post
    do they make any type of device that you can make or buy that will change from the 3pt hitch to the backhoe with out having to unpin the 3point hitch? it is a little pain in the a-- to change it as often as i have to.
    i use the 3 pt hitch for my chipper and have to remove all the arms for my backhoe and i am changing it often.
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    It doesn't take long to switch but I agree it would be nice if it was easier.

    One thing I did on mine was to replace the pin retainers on the upper arm yokes. The bow-tie looking pin retainers were cumbersome to deal with. I drilled them out to larger diameter cross-holes and used lynch pins instead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricklaplante View Post
    do they make any type of device that you can make or buy that will change from the 3pt hitch to the backhoe with out having to unpin the 3point hitch? it is a little pain in the a-- to change it as often as i have to.
    i use the 3 pt hitch for my chipper and have to remove all the arms for my backhoe and i am changing it often.
    Is your chipper i-match quick hitch compatible by chance? I made this to store my 3 point aparatis on while connected to the quick hitch



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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeke_in_SC View Post
    Is your chipper i-match quick hitch compatible by chance? I made this to store my 3 point aparatis on while connected to the quick hitch



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    Both Keane & Levi's options are the only two I know of. The Heavy Hitch option is a little bit cheaper! I have the Heavy Hitch Combo Cart and works out great for me. You can remove the hitch with the weights installed. I just unpin the 3PH and remove everything together and roll it into the garage.
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    thank you all for the help looks good i will have to build one that will make it a lot easer than lifting the quick hitch on again thank you
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