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Duds13

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Kioti CK2610, Kubota BX 2200
Has anyone purchased from Heavy Hitch? If so, are you happy with the quality? Also, is the one in the link what I need for my Kioti CK2610? Thanks for the help!

 
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Has anyone purchased from Heavy Hitch? If so, are you happy with the quality? Also, is the one in the link what I need for my Kioti CK2610? Thanks for the help!


That will fit your tractor. If you're spending a premium on this brand why not pay $40 more and get the option for weights?


If you're not using it to pull stumps I'd recommend a cheaper version, I have a similar one that's fine for moving my trailer and plan to eventually use it as a base for a concrete ballast box.

 
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That will fit your tractor. If you're spending a premium on this brand why not pay $40 more and get the option for weights?


If you're not using it to pull stumps I'd recommend a cheaper version, I have a similar one that's fine for moving my trailer and plan to eventually use it as a base for a concrete ballast box.

Good idea on paying a little extra for the option for weights.

I do like the price of the one you recommended, I'm just trying to stay away from China as much as I can!
 
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Good idea on paying a little extra for the option for weights.

I do like the price of the one you recommended, I'm just trying to stay away from China as much as I can!

Fair enough, seems like a well made product. I'd suggest you also ask about the difference between standard and super duty, couldn't find anything on the website explaining it.
 
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Fair enough, seems like a well made product. I'd suggest you also ask about the difference between standard and super duty, couldn't find anything on the website explaining it.
I believe the super duty has a safety chain hook
 
   / Heavy Hitch #7  
I’ve got a category 2 HH I mainly bought for suitcase weights to use as counterweight and just to store the weights conveniently. Excellent quality. I made the T to slide in the receiver so it would free stand on the HD dolly I also built. Works out real nice 👍
 

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If you are going to use that for moving trailers around I'd recommend a safety chain so that the 3 point can't be pushed up higher then it should go.

You can see my limiting chain going down to a clevis in the drawbar to stop unintended over lifting.
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If you are going to use that for moving trailers around I'd recommend a safety chain so that the 3 point can't be pushed up higher then it should go.

You can see my limiting chain going down to a clevis in the drawbar to stop unintended over lifting.
I have always towed from the drawbar, but getting older I might not of done a limiter tied to the drawbar with this setup. Of course I would now!
Thank you for posting this.
 
 
 
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