I would be willing to bet you could buy a factory, bolt-on 3-point for less than the cost of fabricating one. Look at HamiltonBob's website (site sponsor) for lo-boy parts. That's his specialty.
The big problem is that you need to add a hydraulic diverter valve, piping, and separate rear hydraulic cylinder before you add the 3-point hitch arms and stuff. If it were just the arms, it would be a piece of cake and cost nearly nothing. The cost for the hydraulic stuff is typically several hundred $$, and it involves quite a bit of work to get it all piped and hooked up correctly. Add in a couple of hundred $$ for steel, pins, bolts, etc for the hitch, and you can easily spend $500 to build one yourself. That's why I say you're probably better off to just buy a factory one for $400 or $500 and just bolt it on without having to go through all the painstaking work of trying to figure out how to make it work.
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