With a 3 point hitch you have more adjustment options such as angling, etc. as the top arm is an adjustable link. It also distributes the pulling across 3 hitch points rather than two. I guess the other option would be having a few more implements you might be able to use, I don't know.HRGames said:What does a three point hitch do? It's better than a sleeve hitch?
I'm also going to be staying with you ,Bruceman ,I have a half a$$ed winch operated hitch stuck on the back of my craftsman 4000 but it has a mind of it' own.Lots of help neededBruceman said:Stay with me Digger. I made that one from scrap steel that was at my shop. Things are pretty tumultuous on the home-front at the moment, but when I get some time, I'll take apart ( need to modify it anyway ), snap some pics, take measurements and post it all for you.
Hey, I finished the mod on my sleeve-hitch tiller. That bad boy is 40" wide now. I'll take a few pics of that while I'm at it, if anyone is interested.