Who makes a good TNT for the 2038R? Are they hard to put on?
When you say specifics, I need the make and model. I typically have the actual measurements required to build the units for most newer makes and models up to the 100HP frame sizes.Thanks, guys. This is what I will be going with. Looks really good. MntViewRanch, do you need any specifics from me about the tractor to order? Guys, sorry, but I have a dumb question. When you add anything to your hydraulics, including hoses, I'm assuming I will need to add more hydraulic fluid, right? What type will my tractor use? I'm trying to have everything I need ready for its arrival here at home.
Please fill out the contact page on my website. http://fitritehydraulics.com/contact.htmlThat's all makes sense, thanks guys. It's a 2017 2038R which will be here in about two weeks. I will go ahead and order the top n Tilt from you. How long is your wait time usually? Does your kit come with everything I need to install?
Excellent question. No, but with it fully retracted and all the way up it gets close.Any issues with ports contacting the tractor?
I completely agree regarding the latter part of your post. If I didn't work for a mechanical contractor with access to infinite welding capabilities, I'm not sure I would have welded mine at home on my own. Not everyone has that luxury. Perhaps though the fender cross brace has been reworked on the 2038r's in comparison to the older 2032r's. I know when I did mine I intended to leave the ports up but contact became an obvious issue with out flipping the cylinder upside down etc.