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Thanks. I’ve read through it a few times. Looks quite easy aside from the heavy torquing. Guess I’ll go get an iron pipe for my breaker bar. My ghetto harbor freight impact gun doesn’t handle that much torque.Here's the instructions for installing the sub-frame. Look it over and familiarize yourself with it and your tractor. It'll make sense when you do. The installation is a piece of cake, with the exception of removing and reinstalling the draft pin nuts to 357 lbs-ft. A piece of pipe to extend a breaker bar handle usually works well to remove them, and even tighten them if you want to guess at the torque. Otherwise a torque multiplier will be needed, as most torque wrenches don't go that high. Also, pay attention in the instructions as to whether they are saying to torque something in lb-ft or lb-in.
Edit: The instructions do not come with the kit.
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