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2" Hitch/Receivers for 86-89 TRX350(D) ?

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Hello All,

I got some agricultural projects where I'm going to be pulling some implements and need to hook up a 3-point hitch, but that requires that I have a 2" Receiver on the back of my old trusty 1987 TRX350D.

Well the only problem with that is that the only hitch I know of that fits her is the stock one .... and that does me no good since I can't mate to that it all with any of these implements.

Does anyone know of a receiver that mates to these legendary machines?

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3 hours ago, TRX350D said:

Hello All,

I got some agricultural projects where I'm going to be pulling some implements and need to hook up a 3-point hitch, but that requires that I have a 2" Receiver on the back of my old trusty 1987 TRX350D.

Well the only problem with that is that the only hitch I know of that fits her is the stock one .... and that does me no good since I can't mate to that it all with any of these implements.

Does anyone know of a receiver that mates to these legendary machines?

 

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I wonder what the strength is of that bastardized setup versus a mass-manufactured part.

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12 minutes ago, TRX350D said:

I wonder what the strength is of that bastardized setup versus a mass-manufactured part.

Did you ever find a mass-manufactured part that does the same thing as strong ? 

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12 minutes ago, Fishfiles said:

Did you ever find a mass-manufactured part that does the same thing as strong ? 

 

No - I came onto the forum to see what options are available. I'm curious about the strength such a solution can offer too. 

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Me either    - The only bolt on , store bought ,  receiver type hitch  I have seen , uses the one bolt hole for the ball , they will turn unless you weld it  --- This is a really old pic , you can pick the bike up with a crane by the hitch and it isn't going any where ---I have seen a receiver hitch for a 420  , but it would not  fit that 350 , that pic I posted is the 350 rear end in my 300 which is the same hitch as the 350 , that was 10 years ago and it is still on them 

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if, my post is on the old forum still, i got a picture for ya. if not i will take another.

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On 5/8/2021 at 9:54 PM, LedFTed said:

if, my post is on the old forum still, i got a picture for ya. if not i will take another.

that is part of a bush hog, an a 1'7/8 ball. i got another, that has, 2", that goes to 1.7/8, an i still can include the bush hog part.., i.e. one size has the threads, an the other, ya put the threads into..

this is only a two part, it could be three...  the 2", on the bottom.., till ya need it.. there is a french term for this, 🙂.

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Manauge a twa, or something like this. i forget the spelling. as if, i can spell.. someday, maybe, i can paint.. for now, i'll just paint with words.. if ya cant understand me, that makes two of us..

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Posted (edited)
On 5/17/2021 at 5:55 AM, LedFTed said:

Manauge a twa, or something like this. i forget the spelling. as if, i can spell.. someday, maybe, i can paint.. for now, i'll just paint with words.. if ya cant understand me, that makes two of us..

Gilda, SNL;  never mind !!

 

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