To build a three-point hitch, affix two hydraulic pistons to the engine block of a tractor, attach two cylinder-shaped metal bars to the tractor's inner clamps, and attach two flat metal bars to the vehicle's rear axle. ... More »

Some three-point hitch attachments include rotary cutters, mowing finishers and cultivators. Three-point hitch attachments are available for numerous purposes, from farming to construction. Some construction attachments ... More »

The smallest three-point hitch is a category 0 and has 5/8-inch diameter upper and lower link holes and a 20-inch separation between lower link holes. It's designed for use on a 20-horsepower tractor. Three-point hitches... More »

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