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Tell me about this 3 point adapter?

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mmidlam

04-11-2018 14:26:58




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I bought this for a WD but it seemed too wide for the mounting rails. Could it be a factory D17 adapter?




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Goose

04-12-2018 09:48:21




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 Re: Tell me about this 3 point adapter? in reply to mmidlam, 04-11-2018 14:26:58  
I have one like it on my D19. Works great.

I can't see from the picture, but if it's like mine the outer lift arms detach from the inner ones. A bonus is, and I don't know if this is by design or by chance, but with the outer lift arms removed a Farmall 2 point implement will plug right in. I have an IH 8' blade I use all the time.



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hd6gtom

04-12-2018 08:17:27




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 Re: Tell me about this 3 point adapter? in reply to mmidlam, 04-11-2018 14:26:58  
You could pull a plow with that 1. I would find a way to make it fit.



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part time pete

04-12-2018 07:29:36




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 Re: Tell me about this 3 point adapter? in reply to mmidlam, 04-11-2018 14:26:58  
I'm not sure, but I like the looks of it. It looks like the design would still permit the use of draft control.
I bought one from Saginaw for my D-14 - very well built, but doesn't connect under the belly of the tractor, so no draft control.
Pete



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Traditional Farmer

04-12-2018 03:31:44




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 Re: Tell me about this 3 point adapter? in reply to mmidlam, 04-11-2018 14:26:58  
I have an adapter like that on a D19,but the mountings are different than on the one you show.I would think it could be adapted to most any snap coupler tractor except something like a D10-12.Its the best 3pt adapter I have ever used on any snap coupler tractor so it'd be worth your while to try to make it fit your tractor.



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tractorguy2

04-11-2018 15:36:08




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 Re: Tell me about this 3 point adapter? in reply to mmidlam, 04-11-2018 14:26:58  
D17 and WD45 used the same adapter. I have one for my 45. It is no where as heavy as the one in the photo.



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Aaron SEIA

04-11-2018 14:43:43




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 Re: Tell me about this 3 point adapter? in reply to mmidlam, 04-11-2018 14:26:58  
I've seen those posted other places. They are listed as an adapter for a 190.

AaronSEIA



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