Since he has a backhoe I'd guess the 3-point didn't come assembled on delivery. He may have reversed an arm the first time he put it on and didn't notice until trying to attach the iMatch...Question: I'm confused by how Scooter's arms' orientation could have changed before and after adding his iMatch.
Assuming, as in the pictures, he had the adjustable arm on the right side, and assuming the two arms were matched (hole orientation/length wise) before, how did one of them flip over? If they are set up correctly symmetrical to begin with (both with short side of arms closest to PTO let's say), and with the turnbuckles correctly attached on the outside of each arm, when you take them off and put them back on, do they not HAVE to go back that way only? In that specific orientation.
Maybe I'm missing something....
It will be like having a whole new tractor again!See, this is why ‘imma dummy’
I got the imatch about a year ago. Prior to that everything was assembled correctly. When I got the imatch, I removed the turn buckets, inspected, lubed, etc… then reinstalled incorrectly. It has been incorrect ever since.
I always assumed that my level issues were normal or because my tkv20 was heavy on that side.