I have been planning on trying my pins like that since you first posted this awhile back. Warmer weather and I'm definitely going to try it. :good2:I wanted to give an update to something in these pictures. I had another member ask me about the pins on the ballast box being installed backwards. He is right, they are. When I received my tractor and attachments from the dealer, this is how they installed them. All the pins on my other attachments were installed correctly. I thought that maybe one of their new guys made a mistake. I posted pics of of my ballast box pvc tube install several months ago and several of our members noticed the mistake also. We also discussed how everyone hated how the ballast box would slide from side to side while working the tractor. I realized mine didn’t do that. So, just for experiments sake, I turned them around to see the difference. Sure enough, having them on backwards was much better. I called my dealer and found out they do this intentionally. Something you guys might want to try to see how it works for you. You do have to be a little more exact when hooking it up to the quick hitch, but once it’s on, it’s solid as a rock, no sliding.