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Re: Draw bar 300 U

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Zachary Hoyt

02-20-2013 05:39:09

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With or without a fast hitch?

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Wes in Ohio

02-20-2013 06:07:08

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 Re: Draw bar 300 U in reply to Zachary Hoyt, 02-20-2013 05:39:09  
I have the draw bar that goes in the fasthitch, I"m looking to make one that mounts underneath so I can have my 3 point linkages in the fast hitch, but can still have a drawbar, without dragging alot of heavy iron around.

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Zachary Hoyt

02-20-2013 09:43:20

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 Re: Draw bar 300 U in reply to Wes in Ohio, 02-20-2013 06:07:08  
I am familiar with pictures of a swinging drawbar that mounts under the tractor and rides from side to side on the fast hitch drawbar on a Farmall 300 but I have never had an IH 300U. If you want the drawbar to be completely independent of the fast hitch I do not know how that would be done on your tractor. I would take a look underneath and see what your options are. I would think you could fabricate something that would bolt to the bosses where the fast hitch mounts and use longer bolts to secure both, but it would be a pretty large project to get everything to line up. I am sorry not to be able to help.

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