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|Marc||Dear Forum Members,
The Kubota Web site list P/N G9703 as the 3-point hitch for the above older Hydrostatic garden tractors. I've found lots of the tractors for sale used, and I like them, but I've not seen a one with a 3-point hitch.
Were the hitches never actually imported? Are they available, perhaps from Japan? any help would be appreciated.
|scott||I have a G6200H and have only seen 1 on a G4200. This pic wasn't that good and I couldn't get a good look at it to see if it was an after market. If you find one let me know.
|Russell||I have a G6200 with a three point Cat 0. Bought it shortly after getting the tractor, around 1993. It was one of only three that they found at a dealer in Georgia. I'm in Maryland. There's no date on this post, so don't know how old it is.