This is the reason I'm also looking at Pat's Easy Change for the arms. I understand that a quick hitch would be a huge time saver, but if we accumulate implements when they come up for sale used, there may be some spacing issues. OTOH, having to adjust turnbuckles and attach the tip link all the time might get old.If you remove the imatch, will the 1025r lift arms swing in enough to use regular lift pins on the xb? If so, you can keep the tiller on a dolly if you have room, and it should be easy to hook up. I keep everything that is pto driven inside on a dolly and use without the imatch, and everything else lives on a gravel shed floor and has iMatch bushings. Sounds like a pain, but it ends up being a pretty good system.
Con-Way is now XPO so that's not an issue.Now, I found out my shipment is delayed. The tracking number shows "Awaiting Carrier Pickup". I received this delay notice on Monday. The tracking number TSC sent me is for Con-Way and the link for the tracking number goes to the XPO tracking web page. This is getting frustrating. If you're able to order the item online and it DOES NOT say backordered, it should be shipped in a reasonable amount of time. I ordered the tiller on 3/16. It's been over two weeks and it hasn't moved yet.
My tiller is an earlier version (no kickstand) labeled Behlen Country...Lastly, it doesn't say "County Line" anywhere. It has a "Behlen" tag and serial number on it.