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Nice little tractor, but...........I feel it's my duty to warn you, BE CAREFUL !, no one can own just one,
 
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Can someone tell me how to raise/lower the clevis hitch on this tractor? I see the cable running up under the seat but cant tell where it goes.
 

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Are you talking about off the rear of the tractor? Is there a lever between the seat and steering wheel in the pan between where your legs would be?
 

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The large black handles lever on your left. Without weight on the hitch, it probably won't fall.
 
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The same one that lowers the deck?

Yes
 

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Can someone tell me how to raise/lower the clevis hitch on this tractor? I see the cable running up under the seat but cant tell where it goes.
If you TRULY do have a "clevis" hitch, you have a rare hitch. Pics?
 

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This is a clevis hitch
 
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It doesnt actually have the clevis, but i plan to add one as my intention is to use my 1970 Brinly 10" moldboard plow with this tractor.
This will help you with a getting a clevis hitch Reproduction Tractor Parts, Medford, MN or if the tractor has a slot hitch, He even had a n adapter for the slot hitch to be converted to use sleeve hitch implements . That said made a post in your clevis vs Uni-Sleeve Hitch (y)
 
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