I was just looking at that toplink on Amazon last night, how important is float for the toplink? The price on this seems like a good deal and I'm not sure I'll need float but since I'm new to all this tractor stuff not sure what I'm missing out on.
Ok, I'm looking at the use case initially of a powerrake and that has a toplink hookup that will let it float a bit with a standard toplink, being able to adjust the "cut" depth of the rake on the fly was what had me interested in a hydraulic top link. The rake has an angle cylinder so I don't really need top and tilt so for the price of the amazon toplink I had interest. Just didn't know later on for other attachments what I might be missing out on.