Originally Posted by Oldtimer
Thanks guys, the Andersen hitch sounds like the right answer.
While you are looking at the hitch consider the Andersen leveler. Really better than backing up on wood blocks or plastic stacks.
On Andersen, I called a couple of times because mine slipped, they gave me help and suggestions. I finally broke down and drilled a stop hole on mine as I did not have anyone to weld it on. Wish I did that in the first place.
My leveler broke after about a year, called, they sent me a new one no charge.
I did replace the pin for the plate with one from the farm store that had a big handle and a locking hitch pin on a leash. A lot easier to use.