General Specifications

  Model Push Rating* Lift Rating Hitch Points Intended for tractor range
  3140B   45 HP 1600 lbs Cat-1 25 to 45 HP (FWD or 2WD)
  3220B / 3220BW 65 / 75 HP 2800 lbs Cat-2/1 40 to 65 HP (FWD) or 75 HP (2WD)
  3260B / 3260BW 90 / 100 HP 4100 lbs Cat-2/1 60 to 90 HP (FWD) or 100 HP (2WD)
  3280B / 3280BW 125 HP 5500 lbs Cat-2/1 80 to 125 HP (FWD or 2WD)
  3320B / 3320BW 170 / 185 HP 7800 lbs Cat-3N/2 125 to 170 HP (FWD) or 185 HP (2WD)
  3340B 230 HP 9200 lbs Cat-3/3N/2 150 to 230 HP (FWD or 2WD)
  3360B 260 HP 9200 lbs Cat-3/3N/2 200 to 260 HP (FWD or 2WD)
  3380B / 3380BW 300 HP 12,500 lbs Cat-3/3N up to 300 HP (4WD)
  3420B / 3420BW 300 HP 12,500 lbs Cat-4/4N/3 up to 300 HP (4WD)
 * Horsepower ratings for rubber-tires farm tractors.  
Choosing hitch size
    Hitches are primarily sized by HP rating. A range of hitch sizes are available with increasing power and lift capacities. It is first suggested to choose a hitch that "matches" tractor (PTO) HP. This provides an "all-purpose" hitch with maximum capability and performance for that tractor model. A matching hitch size for blading/dozer work or cultivating/tillage work is recommended.
    To perform only one job, or "special-purpose" work, particularly a tool that is only carried and does not require pushing by the tractor, a smaller hitch may be installed on a bigger tractor. Do not choose an undersized hitch to save a dollar.
    Hitch lift capacity is one way to compare hitch models or different brands with each other, but is not as helpful to apply the hitch to the job. Front implements may only weigh 1000 or 2000 lbs, for example, but more capability is needed for lifting and pushing.
    See front hitch price lists to match hitch models with specific tractor models. Most Mounting Frames allow installation of more than one hitch size.

2-Year warranty on workmanship & materials