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    Cat. 1 or Cat 0 Heavy Hitch on 1026r?

    Heavy Hitch makes a Cat 1 and a Cat 0 model. Does anyone know which one would work best on a
    1026R?

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    definately cat 1 . There are more attachments available for cat 1 than o. Plus, bigger is better.That machine is plenty big enough to handle it. I have a 748 with cat 1 and no problems. ( actually limited cat 1)

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    R8nger gives you very good advice, Cat 1. I have Cat 1 on my 2305.
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    thanks for the advice!

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