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Got my 2" receiver hitch adapter last week and used it over the weekend. The
Experimental Attachment Key Lock works great - far easier than the pins,
and with a suitable attachment, should be easier to keep with the hitch adapter
than the 2 pins. Great idea!
I'm going to try a long, loose zip-tie to attach it and keep it from getting lost. Might
need to go to a small wire like Deere uses for the pins on the JDQA frame.
 

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Got my 2" receiver hitch adapter last week and used it over the weekend. The
Experimental Attachment Key Lock works great - far easier than the pins,
and with a suitable attachment, should be easier to keep with the hitch adapter
than the 2 pins. Great idea!
I'm going to try a long, loose zip-tie to attach it and keep it from getting lost. Might
need to go to a small wire like Deere uses for the pins on the JDQA frame.
Thanks! Starting with the Grapple, these keys will no longer be experimental. They have been in development primarily for the Grapple, but also work fantastic for any of the other attachments. Very shortly, the clevis pins will be discontinued altogether. It's more a matter of updating documentation than anything else at this point.
 

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Got my 2" receiver hitch adapter last week and used it over the weekend. The
Experimental Attachment Key Lock works great - far easier than the pins,
and with a suitable attachment, should be easier to keep with the hitch adapter
than the 2 pins. Great idea!
I'm going to try a long, loose zip-tie to attach it and keep it from getting lost. Might
need to go to a small wire like Deere uses for the pins on the JDQA frame.
Photos?
 
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