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Re: Case 1194 drawbar

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Mike barcia

09-17-2013 16:50:34

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Also, since my land is very very flat, and all I'm really doing is skidding logs and pulling a firewood trailer, would it be more cost effective to get/build a 3pt drawbar? One that attaches to the toplink?? What are your opinions??

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Adirondack case guy

09-17-2013 17:59:39

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 Re: Case 1194 drawbar in reply to Mike barcia, 09-17-2013 16:50:34  

I have a Case built 3pt drawbar that uses the top link. It has been on my 300RN since I got it 8 years ago. It is handier than a set of jumper cables at a redneck wedding. I have several wood trailers, and other trailers that I used when I was in the contracting business, and when I need to move them around, I just back to the toung even if it is on the ground and drop the pin, and with the ball hitches, it's a matter of hand tightening a ball on the hitch and backing under the toung, raising it up and moving it and then dropping it. Never have to get off the seat. for skidding logs you will love the way the 3pt drawbar raises the butt of the log, and as you pull forward the toplink actually applies downforce to the front of the tractor. You just can't use the pto with it.

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