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In Reply to: L4400/bt900 posted by john terpening on Saturday, September 17, 2016:
John the BT 900 unit is made for a dedicated unit where it mounts in frame mounts not a three point unit. Not to say you can,t rig up something but going to be a lot of work. You could order the factor mounts and then modify them to mount on your 4400 or you could try and weld on three point mounts to the hoe and use your three point. After all that you have no real hydraulic tap. That bt900 uses tractor supplied hydraulic power where the hoe that is made for your tractor uses a remote pto driven pump and tank set up. My advise forget the project and get the right hoe for the the L 4400 . But that is just my thinking It can be done but just can,t figure why you would want to.
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