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Are you having any problems maintaining the stroke position without a PO check valve on the cylinder?
 
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As best I remember, my Fit Rite hyd top link came with a restrictor in it. Completely plug and play. Nothing else needed. It maintains position as it is.

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I think I want one of those..
Do it!
I think I want one of those..
Do it
Would love to get one for my 3039r but JD doesn't sell it separately. Did it come complete with hoses and fittings? What did it cost you?

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Yes it came with everything! Your looking at around $500. John Deere wants $1,100 or so for the top and tilt which I have no use for the tilt.
 

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Looks great. nice clean install
 

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It never ceases to amaze me how clean you guys keep your tractors


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It was just actually muddy the day before but I figured I’d wash it since I wouldn’t be able to use it due to the rain. It’ll get dusty soon I have 10 acres of grass to mow and spray whenever the ground dries.
 

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Do it!

Do it

Yes it came with everything! Your looking at around $500. John Deere wants $1,100 or so for the top and tilt which I have no use for the tilt.
I have a mx5 cutter I use behind my 3039r with a imatch quick hitch. I question if I would have any issue with pto shaft length using a hydraulic too link?

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