Compact Tractors: Three-Point Hitch

The three-point hitch is key to your compact tractor’s versatility. Manage a large number of tasks on your property using both three-point and draw-bar connected implements. It transforms your tractor into a machine that can do multiple jobs with ease. 
Every Bobcat compact tractor makes it as easy as possible for you to hook up and remove implements as needed. The lower lift arms provide a forgiving angled design that makes for quick implement hookup. Many models come with premium.

Features & Benefits

Operator Making An Adjustment With the Turnbuckle Lift Rod

Turnbuckle Lift Rod Adjustment

Turns easily, raising and lowering the link to make changes simple.
Crank Style Lift Rod On A Bobcat Compact Tractor

Crank Style Lift Rod Adjustment

Turn the crank to quickly find the right position and get a fast, easy connection.
3-Point Control Levers On Bobcat Compact Tractor

External 3-point Control Lever

Available on select models, this control lever lets you easily raise and lower lift arms to simplify implement hookup. The 3-point hitch is compatible with all Category 1 tractor implements.
3-Point Hitch for Compact Tractor Implements On Bobcat Compact Tractors

Telescoping Lower Links and Sway Bars

Enabling the operator to quickly change implements with minimal effort. Crank style lower link adjustment enables the fastest, easiest positioning for lining up your 3-point hitch. (Standard on cab-equipped models. Optional on other models.)


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Certain specification(s) are based on engineering calculations and are not actual measurements. Specification(s) are provided for comparison purposes only and are subject to change without notice. Specification(s) for your individual equipment will vary based on normal variations in design, manufacturing, operating conditions, and other factors.