Miller quick hitch (without the disabeld gril)

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Re: Miller quick hitch (without the disabeld gril)

Post #11 by Joes1989 » Mon May 31, 2010 2:21 pm

Not heard anything about them cracking, We did have one that kept unlocking itself every now and again but that was a Manufacturing error! I do have to say that the New Miller twinlock ii is the best quickhitch ive used but they can be a bit of a bugger to take off when using with a set of Miller Scoop buckets!

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Re: Miller quick hitch (without the disabeld gril)

Post #12 by SRB » Wed Jun 02, 2010 5:57 pm

Cracking is quite common and depending on the hitch can mean the end of it. Usually caused by loose buckets rattling around, also usual stuff like hydraulic hammers being used.

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