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Some little tractors are Cat 1 & 2 just meaning they have "balls" that have two sets of holes rather than just one. You can spin the lower arm sockets and top link to select the hole you need.

However, most of your attachments are probably Cat 1 unless you specifically shopped for Cat 2. The big difference will be the width of the lower arms. The height of the center link attachment point relative to the bottom also grows with Cat 2. Getting a Cat 2 QH would be a mistake imho as it will be too wide and tall for your equipment.
 

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If you don't have a quick hitch, you can easily run cat2 implements merely by using sleeves on the pins. Be aware that cat1 implements are not as heavy duty.

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Huh?? Using "sleeves" on a cat 2 implement won't help unless making it not fit at all is the goal.

He can already run cat 1 or cat 2 without a QH. That was stated in the first post.
 
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