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|Sean||I'm new to tractors, and trying to get a better understanding of the implements I can attach to the tractor. I have an 8N, with what I understand is a category 2 PTO. I am told I can use category 1 implements with some parts form my local Tractor Supply Company store to accommodate those implements. Is this true, and if so, is it suggested? What about cat 0 - anything I can do with those impements?
|meadova|| usually category 1&2 have to do with the size of implement hitch pins the lift arms will accomodate. pto is usually 540 which is coarse splines and 1000 which is fine splines.
|Sean||Thank you for taking the time to reply, and for providing very useful information.