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fast hitch to 3 pt

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michigan

11-14-2012 12:34:05




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is there any conversion from a fast hitch on a 656 farmall to make it into a 3 point ???????????????




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jimmyjoe

11-16-2012 18:00:36




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 Re: fast hitch to 3 pt in reply to michigan, 11-14-2012 12:34:05  

Here is one I made, and it works good.



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Jim in Polk co

11-15-2012 17:42:15




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 Re: fast hitch to 3 pt in reply to michigan, 11-14-2012 12:34:05  
Okay,( dumb question of the day) I already have the slide in parts to make the 3pt on my 560, what have you guys done for the top link mounting part?



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FC Andy

11-16-2012 13:36:02




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 Re: fast hitch to 3 pt in reply to Jim in Polk co, 11-15-2012 17:42:15  
The one on my 450 was home made, and goes over the rockshaft. I don't have a picture of mine right now. I found this while looking for a picture for you, this looks like it bolts up to the rockshaft arms. I'm having a hard time finding a picture of something just like mine, Maybe I'll try to post one for you over the weekend. -Andy
Top link Bracket
This post was edited by FC Andy at 14:06:32 11/16/12.

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mkirsch

11-15-2012 06:10:27




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 Re: fast hitch to 3 pt in reply to michigan, 11-14-2012 12:34:05  
All you need are the 3pt hitch parts off another 656, or maybe a 544, to turn your 656 into a 3pt tractor.

It's a simple matter of unbolting the fast hitch parts and bolting on the 3pt parts.

If you want to use adapter prongs, you just need to get the right prongs to fit the implement. They don't always build the 3pt implements to the proper dimensions.



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Armand Tatro

11-14-2012 17:04:07




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 Re: fast hitch to 3 pt in reply to michigan, 11-14-2012 12:34:05  
Post a picture of what you have. It should be/could be possible to move shims and/or switch bractets side to side on the adapter you already have. Armand



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FC Andy

11-14-2012 14:58:00




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 Re: fast hitch to 3 pt in reply to michigan, 11-14-2012 12:34:05  
There are Prongs that go into the fast hitch that are intended for cat 1 or 2 equipment. Then you get a toplink bracket, and bolt it to your tractor for the toplink. I have these setups for my 450 and 806, they work pretty well.

They can be had from A+I parts dealers, and also on EBAY. There are probably other sources, but that's how I've purchased the 2 sets I own. -Andy



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mighigan

11-14-2012 15:52:11




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 Re: fast hitch to 3 pt in reply to FC Andy, 11-14-2012 14:58:00  
this tractor has the old style fast hich solid wish bone type like the 560's were not separate lift arms we have the prongs but its not the right with for cat 2 hitch



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DeltaRed

11-14-2012 17:16:24




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 Re: fast hitch to 3 pt in reply to mighigan, 11-14-2012 15:52:11  
You can buy 'prongs' that are offset for cat 2.My old 2 point had enough slop that the cat 1 'prongs' would work for both 1 & 2.Steve



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FC Andy

11-14-2012 18:46:27




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 Re: fast hitch to 3 pt in reply to DeltaRed, 11-14-2012 17:16:24  
Yes, Both of my sets have the offset. I have one set of these. Andy



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