Keep in mind that iMatch compatibility and the need to cut PTO shafts are two distinctly different things. Every generic PTO-driven device will include directions with it on how to measure and determine if you need to cut down the shaft.Looking at a 4 ft King kutter tiller. Read some posts about people having to cut shafts ect. I am interested in the KKII or the KK subcompact model, but I need a definitive answer as to will it fit or not
That bolt with the 1.25" sleeve is fine for use with your quick hitch. That is the correct cat 3 top link dimension. As long as your quick hitch's hook seats on it and the bottom pins sit in the lower hooks you're good.Sorry to revive this thread and renew it, but I have a question. I ended up buying the yellow King kutter 48" and a HF quick hitch.
I got the bushing set on the arms (took 2 hours to. Get the roll pins on, had to drill out holes a little bit) and noticed my QH fits on the top pin just fine without having a bushing on it. Do I need to change the bolt out to put a bushing on? Or can I just use that bolt with a sleeve on it?