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That is quite a piece of engineering.
 
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This QH can be made all Manual or fully Hydraulic.
It can hook up rapidly two different category implements.
There is no need to use any bushings or sleeves.
The couplings of hooks and latches can be designed
to work with both cat 1 and cat 2 implements.
If we leave width adjustment out then QH is much simple.
But moving upper hook helps you much.
No need to make new upper pin holes or brackets
If you like you can share videos to other forums.

 

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Merry Christmastide everyone!!
Home of Santa Claus is at Rovaniemi Finland!

My next trial was to make lower links with quick couplers . Like Pad's or Walterscheid
To move the lower link from cabin I made this kind of stabilizer bar and lever to leveling bar.
Very easy to make.


Lower handle opens stabilizer bar and moving upper handle left-right
moves lower link right-left to proper place for hitching.



Here the yellow handle is for opening/closing the coupler.
My couplers are home made but works ok.
 

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My next trial was to make lower links with quick couplers . Like Pad's or Walterscheid
To move the lower link from cabin I made this kind of stabilizer bar and lever to leveling bar.
Very easy to make.


Lower handle opens stabilizer bar and moving upper handle left-right
moves lower link right-left to proper place for hitching.



Here the yellow handle is for opening/closing the coupler.
My couplers are home made but works ok.
 

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I see Hydraulic QH is not hot.
4000 thousand was reading, 2000 thousand was watching, 20 was posting

UNIVERSAL quick hitch FOR TRACTORS - YouTube

THANKS EVERYBODY

OK. Lets go on

You may like more EURO style quick couplers to lower links and to top link?

They are simple and cheap and do not need much hydraulic.

But there are some faults that I do not like.
a)They need guidance for lower links.
b)They have ropes for couplers. These are often broken or absent.
c Hydraulic top link is heavy
So people operates at the back of tractor.

I wanted working from cabin.
Lets try something new.

Quick Couplers for 3-point hitch - YouTube

I appreciate all Your posts and opinions. I need them to go on!
Thanks Markus
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Attached ThumbnailsMy quick hitch is hydraulic-img_20190418_101416-jpg
 

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Pretty slick system.
 
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I don't have a quick hitch yet, but want one. You've got me thinking about making my own. Thanks.
 
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My next trial is to make Euro hooks for big tractors. And I use them from the cabin.
Not difficult but much to measure. Tractor was working hole time at field.
I drive 3 km to my outdoor smithy for welding and back about 10 times.

My quick hitch is hydraulic-img_20201122_123347-jpg

And my new video: Big tractor and Euro hooks.


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Discussion Starter · #14 · (Edited)
John Deere is ready now to be operated from its cabin for hitching/unhitching.
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Before I made a linkage to open both hook latches together from the cabin for unhitching.
Curved black lever under the window.
Now I have a new linkage to move the right lower link sideways from the cabin.
Black straight pipe lever under the window
It makes possible to use two category equipment with the same tractor.
And non standard equipment too.


Parts are quit simply
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And now it has a new hydraulic top link too.
I think that this is the most cheep way to operate from the cabin.
If you like then hydraulic stabilizer bars are good too but expensive.
I have made what I can. Now you must go on!
Good luck to you
Markus
 

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Discussion Starter · #15 · (Edited)
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John Deere is ready now to be operated from its cabin for hitching/unhitching.
View attachment 766764
Before I made a linkage to open both hook latches together from the cabin for unhitching.
Curved black lever under the window.
Now I have a new linkage to move the right lower link sideways from the cabin.
Black straight pipe lever under the window
It makes possible to use two category equipment with the same tractor.
And non standard equipment too.


Parts are quit simply
View attachment 766765

And now it has a new hydraulic top link too.
I think that this is the most cheep way to operate from the cabin.
If you like then hydraulic stabilizer bars are good too but expensive.
I have made what I can. Now you must go on!
Good luck to you
Markus
I try to get better video later.
Thanks you very much SRG and aj1hadley
 

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Brilliant! Good work!
 

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Discussion Starter · #17 ·
I made a new Top link for big tractors.
There is no ropes but a lever and some links.
You can use it and lower links directly from the cabin.
That JD is in barn now over the winter so --
I show you at first the idea of this top link with my small Kubota.
Big high tractor works much better when the lifting bar becomes longer.

Now all hitching can be made for small and big tractors from the cabin.
of course electricity and hydraulic lines and power shaft shall be joined at the back.
I think that all my ideas are in my earlier posts:

1 Mechanical and hydraulic stabilizer bars used from the cabin
2 Hydraulic Top link for small and big tractors used from the cabin
3 EURO style Lower link hooks that can be used by one lever from the cabin

4 And if you need Universal automatic QH for all two categories attachment
 
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