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    2 inch ball hich

    What would it take to add a 2 inch ball hitch to a 1025r rear hook up?

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    HeavyHitch is one of the vendors on this site and they make several options. omni-mfg.com also makes some. Are you looking for one to mount to the tractor frame itself or on the 3 point?
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    Lots of options posted in this thread: http://www.greentractortalk.com/foru...itch-hunt.html
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    A ball on something like the 3 pt heavy hitch is really nice for moving bumper pull and gooseneck trailers around the yard - keeps your bum on the seat while you simply raise the ball into the hitch and go.

    I know, I know - your supposed to close the hitch - and I do if I'm leaving the yard.

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    1025r TLB w 60D MMM & Independent Lift
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    We have a couple options available depending on your needs:
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    Being the owner of a ballast box and a separate hitch unit, that heavy hitch looks appetizing..... it'd be really nice to have the weight back there and the 2" and 2-5/16" balls all at the same time.

    The only thing that isn't so tasty is the cost of those bloody suitcase weights.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jer View Post
    Being the owner of a ballast box and a separate hitch unit, that heavy hitch looks appetizing..... it'd be really nice to have the weight back there and the 2" and 2-5/16" balls all at the same time.

    The only thing that isn't so tasty is the cost of those bloody suitcase weights.....

    -J.
    The weights are expensive, but they also hold their value, never wear out and can be made new again with a $5 can of paint and you can use them in different places on your machine depending on the ballast needs. Kinda like an investment in green gold
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heavy Hitch View Post
    The weights are expensive, but they also hold their value, never wear out and can be made new again with a $5 can of paint and you can use them in different places on your machine depending on the ballast needs. Kinda like an investment in green gold
    I have to agree, I can use em front or back plus they are easier to move.
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    Omni Transformer w/ integrated weight bracket
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    Artillian Forks (42")
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    Kubota 326H 72" deck ZTR

    Stihl MS361, FS250R

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    Hitch

    Sound like one of the Heavy Hitch's would do the job...thanks all for replying it really helped me decide

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