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I have Kenny's receiver hitch mount on my 1025R bucket.
Need a substantial drop hitch to use for moving trailers.
Pretty sure I measured it once, but.........

Can someone give me what size drop works best for you?
I'm pretty sure it's at least 9". or should I go 11" drop?

Can't get my tractor to one of my trailers due to all the mud from the East Texas monsoons we been getting or I'd go out and measure it again myself.

Better yet, has anyone used this job from harbor freight??

8-in-1 Adjustable Ball Mount Hitch
 

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HEY HEY! Look what I found.
Jay is this the harbor freight job that's advertised to drop 11" ?
Work good for ya?

That is a common phobia with most new tractor owners. It's only the first hole that hurts. :) I highly recommend Ken's bolt-on receiver hitch. Add a couple more holes for some hooks, a couple more for a tooth bar, a clevis here and there and before you know it your loader/bucket has swiss army knife versatility.

Believe me, drilling some holes in your bucket for high quality rigging gear will only ADD to the value of your tractor.







 

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HEY HEY! Look what I found.
Jay is this the harbor freight job that's advertised to drop 11" ?
Work good for ya?
Yes, that's the one. It has worked great for everything I needed it for.

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  • 10 in. max. rise
  • 11 in. max. drop
  • 5000 lb. gross towing weight
  • 500 lb. tongue weight
  • Fits 2 in. receivers
  • Powder coat finish
  • Comes with two 5/8 in. diameter hitch pins
 
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