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    Category 0 Equipment and 1026R

    Am replacing a very old Satoh Beaver... has been great subcompact tractor... reallly a miniature farm tractor (and, I grew up on a farm!)... thinking the 1026R might work. One issue is: Have several pieces of Category 0, 3-Point equipment. Will the "Limited" Category 1 arms on the 1026R work with, e.g, my "Brinly" 48"-disk, and a "LandPride" Category 0/1 blade?

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    Welcome to GreenTractorTalk

    Nobody has really seen the new tractors yet, but the only thing "limited" on the 3HP is the lift height-in all other aspects are the same as a regular CAT1 3PH. CAT0 stuff is usually more narrow, and has smaller pins. I am not sure you can get the arms in far enough to hook up or if the sway chains will reach. Bushings or news pins are available cheap though for that problem. An adapter could be made also that would fit in the iMatch QH easliy enough also.
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    Welcome to GTT Gary,

    I, like Kenny, can not speak for the 1026 machine. However, I do have the 2305 and from what I have heard so far there is no diference in the 3pt hitches between the two tractors. I think that I may have heard that it might have position control but I am not sure. As far as the other specifications my 2305 can accommodate the cat 0 and cat 1 mounting with out any issues. I have a spreader that is a cat 0 and it mounts just fine. Not sure this answer will make you all warm and fuzzy, but it is the best I can do. Again WELCOME.
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    3PH Specs

    There is some good info here that shows the different spacing and pin sizes: http://www.tractorsmart.com/main/Tra...ft%20Types.htm
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    Adapter: iMatch QH

    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    Welcome to GreenTractorTalk

    Nobody has really seen the new tractors yet, but the only thing "limited" on the 3HP is the lift height-in all other aspects are the same as a regular CAT1 3PH. CAT0 stuff is usually more narrow, and has smaller pins. I am not sure you can get the arms in far enough to hook up or if the sway chains will reach. Bushings or news pins are available cheap though for that problem. An adapter could be made also that would fit in the iMatch QH easliy enough also.
    Appreciate your ideas here... and, yes, pins and bushings will help. In fact, my LandPride Category 0/1 has both sets of pins. Wondering now if the arms swing far enough in (and sway chains long enough) on the older 2305 and 2210? That might be an indicator.

    Also, you mention an adapter... not sure I follow... am not familiar with "iMatch QH" term. Are you thinking of somehow making the Category 0 hook-up wider? (these generally measure around 20" or so in width, where the arms connect.. and 24" or so pin-end to pin-end).

    Again, thanks for your help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mustangary View Post
    Also, you mention an adapter... not sure I follow... am not familiar with "iMatch QH" term. Are you thinking of somehow making the Category 0 hook-up wider? (these generally measure around 20" or so in width, where the arms connect.. and 24" or so pin-end to pin-end).

    Again, thanks for your help!
    The iMatch is a option for the 3PH that allows faster and easier implement hookup. It can be viewed in THIS thread mounted to his 3PH, QH just means Quick Hitch. Sorry to throw out acronyms and confuse you.

    But, yeah I was thinking of some type of adapter to allow the CAT0 stuff to hook to the iMatch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyM View Post
    I think that I may have heard that it might have position control but I am not sure.
    The 1026R will have position control but the 1023E does not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleBoy View Post
    The 1026R will have position control but the 1023E does not.
    Thanks TB, I just wasn't sure of my facts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyM View Post
    Welcome to DT Gary,

    I, like Kenny, can not speak for the 1026 machine. However, I do have the 2305 and from what I have heard so far there is no diference in the 3pt hitches between the two tractors. I think that I may have heard that it might have position control but I am not sure. As far as the other specifications my 2305 can accommodate the cat 0 and cat 1 mounting with out any issues. I have a spreader that is a cat 0 and it mounts just fine. Not sure this answer will make you all warm and fuzzy, but it is the best I can do. Again WELCOME.
    Good: Won't have to replace all the implements, which will calm the wife! Have decided to order the 1026R (doing it tomorrow). Looking forward to bringing it into my "fleet" of two Grasshopper lawnmowers, the Satoh Beaver (yes, will keep it... great little tractor... as long as can find parts), the old Polaris 4-wheeler (my garden machine), the "baby" Bobcat, etc... Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    The iMatch is a option for the 3PH that allows faster and easier implement hookup. It can be viewed in THIS thread mounted to his 3PH, QH just means Quick Hitch. Sorry to throw out acronyms and confuse you.

    But, yeah I was thinking of some type of adapter to allow the CAT0 stuff to hook to the iMatch.
    Ok, yes, now I understand. Am also buying the Frontier 48" rotary mower... went to their website... saw the iMatch hitch being used on it... which has me intrigued, as to how one might make it work on my LandPride blade...

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