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Trailer Hitch or Draw Bar

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Barry reid Stirling Ontraio

04-29-2003 09:35:38

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Afternoon Everyone
I asked this question a very long time ago, but need some more info. I own a 1952 TEA-20 Ferguson. I spent the last few nights building a trailer to haul my wood up with. I tried it last night for the 1st time. Worked great but the only problem is that I dont have a Draw Bar/Trailer Hitch on this tractor. I hooked the trailer up by putting a draw bolt down thru the bar thats hooked onto the 3 point hitch. This way of hauling a trailer would be ok if I were hauling on a flat level surface, Im not and every time I go over a rock or an uneven piece of ground the 3-point hitchs swazes back and forth throwing my wood onto the ground. I NEED A DRAW BAR. Where would I get one,and if I can put one on my tractor does it fit under the back where the bolts are already. It looks like all I have to do is get one take of the bolts that are there already and Im good to go, any help would be great. Thanks Barry

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04-29-2003 16:49:28

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 Re: Trailer Hitch or Draw Bar in reply to Barry reid Stirling Ontraio, 04-29-2003 09:35:38  
Barry, you could either get a swinging drawbar kit new or from a wrecker, or use the the staybars with a 9 or 11 hole bar. The staybars have recently become available at Princess Auto. They can also be had at any New Holland store.

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04-29-2003 15:38:12

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 Re: Trailer Hitch or Draw Bar in reply to Barry reid Stirling Ontraio, 04-29-2003 09:35:38  
Drawbar plate fits right onto the four bolts underneath and darwbar attaches to teh plate with two pins. There is also a type that bolts underneath and fixes to the hinged pin below the top link attachment too. For the 9 hole drawbar you are supposed to use two stays that fix to the hinged pin. These stop it going up and down and also from side to side.

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Wayne Smith

04-30-2003 15:04:35

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 Re: Re: Trailer Hitch or Draw Bar in reply to David, 04-29-2003 15:38:12  
I purchased a Swinging Drawbar kit from Stevens Ag Parts, Coushatta, Louisiana ( 1-800-333-9143) for my 1951 TO-30. It works very well and the drawbar can be easily removed for attaching 3-point implements if needed. The part # for the kit is: SDA6 and the price for Drawbar, Hanger and Clevis Assembly was approximately $105.00 plus shipping. It was a bolt-on kit and fit exactly the way it was supposed to.

Hope this helps.

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Barry Reid

05-01-2003 10:51:23

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 Re: Re: Re: Trailer Hitch or Draw Bar in reply to Wayne Smith, 04-30-2003 15:04:35  
Hi Wayne

Thanks a lot for this info. Im in Canada so I will look here 1st and if Im stuck I will call them

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