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Re: 3pt Grain Drill

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Tim(nj)

11-11-2012 12:55:28
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first question is why? It is possible to do, you'd simply remove the tongue and attach an a-frame for 3-point in its place. I don't know if you'd still want a way to disengage the seeder drive or not. That might get tricky if it's a clutch lift. On con I can think of is that the drill won't follow the lay of the land as well on 3-point. Front of the tractor goes down, drill lifts up a little, back of the tractor goes down, drill digs a little deeper. Another concern I have is if the frame of an FB is rugged enough to pick up and put down repeatedly without failing.

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Leroy

11-11-2012 14:30:38
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 Re: 3pt Grain Drill in reply to Tim(nj), 11-11-2012 12:55:28  
Frame would not stand ont time lifting if boxes filled and you would still need the wheels for depth control plus driving the seeding mechanisem. There is a reason the AC snap coupler drills did not go over and they were designed as a mounted drill.



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