IMO, any farm or commercial use truck should have some kind of a solid hitch or short skirt with one integrated into it. There's a reason why every oilfield winch tractor has one...its what you tie onto to pull it out when you are stuck or in a bind and really need to give a mean pull. Ever watch Dippy Davis and his tow trucks screwing around on the Coq and how many times they tried to tie onto the dolly legs or fifth wheel plate to pull the ass end of the truck onto the road?
Even my little 9100 Cornbinder tractor has a skirt on it, and that one even has a receiver type hitch as part of it too. Every body job, grain to gravel, from the one ton on up has a hitch.
Getting a hitch mounted will cost you a lot less than 7500, you'll get several for that many dollars, and the hitch is always there. Have one built right that bolts on, if you wanna swap trucks, swap the hitch.
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