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|Jogg||Has anyone successfully converted a Yanmar 2-point hitch tiller to 3-point hitch configuration? I have a Yanmar 1106RS tiller that came with the 2-pt. (Japanese-style) hitch, I'd like to convert it to a 3-pt. hitch for ease of swapping implements. Any info/help would be appreciated. Thanks!
we regularly convert 2 point Kubota tillers to 3 point system. We just oxycut the 2 point lugs off and weld a plate under the remaining stubs . Off this plate we weld a triangular shaped A frame with top link pin at the top and the 2 lower pins at the side,low down. Some steading brackets from the top of the frame to some conveninet point on the tiller are also welded on. Prime and paint
and job is done.
The only caution is that the frame must be strong with good welds, as the tiller bounces about when it works.