It sounds like I really need to go look at the tractor and see exactly what is on there.
By my post, you can see that I really did mean it when I said a "novice". I had no idea that there was a difference between "quick hitch" and "snap coupler". I've always heard it referred to as quick hitch, but that was my Ford friends talking.
Re: A novice's question about quick hitch in reply to Tom in TN, 07-20-2013 18:24:29
If you get just 1 snap coupler implement for that tractor, you will send your 3pt imps to the scrap yard. It blew my friends (an 8n owner) mind when he saw me hook up the plow without getting off of the seat. Can't do the with the 3pt LOL Bob
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