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Implement Alley Discussion Forum

3 point hirch drawbar

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SVcummins

03-08-2018 20:41:55




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Would the 3 point hitch drawbar they sell at farm stores be strong enough for the hitch on a four bottom plow?




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2x4

03-09-2018 23:58:45




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 Re: 3 point hirch drawbar in reply to SVcummins, 03-08-2018 20:41:55  
Make sure its not made in India or you'll have a bow on your hands.



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ptfarmer

03-09-2018 20:12:32




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 Re: 3 point hirch drawbar in reply to SVcummins, 03-08-2018 20:41:55  
Those store bought ones made these days bend easy.



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wolfman

03-09-2018 18:30:08




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 Re: 3 point hirch drawbar in reply to SVcummins, 03-08-2018 20:41:55  
3-point drawbars like the one you pictured also come as the heavier category II version.



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SVcummins

03-09-2018 19:41:04




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 Re: 3 point hirch drawbar in reply to wolfman, 03-09-2018 18:30:08  
Yes the one I want is category 2 . They come in two widths cat 1 width with 2 pins and cat 2 with 2 pins . I just bought a category 2 pin with cat 1 width for my mower



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craigco

03-09-2018 03:34:36




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 Re: 3 point hirch drawbar in reply to SVcummins, 03-08-2018 20:41:55  
The maker of some implements around here uses solid round stock diameter of the category you need and then welds it in a piece of angle iron to mount it to the implement. Could probably do that cheaper then the draw bar with holes all through it.



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SVcummins

03-09-2018 19:46:17




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 Re: 3 point hirch drawbar in reply to craigco, 03-09-2018 03:34:36  
I was thinking about that for a hitch on my mower . But I was going to use a piece of heavy pipe that would fit in the claws then cut a circle out of plate for the hitch pins and weld that to the pipe but then one of the claws was broken so I ended up using a drawbar instead



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craigco

03-09-2018 03:30:03




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 Re: 3 point hirch drawbar in reply to SVcummins, 03-08-2018 20:41:55  
I have a farmer modified plow that used one for the hook up point. It's a 2 bottom rollover. I have not had any issues with it, category 1. It pulls hard in the ground here, will stop the 3010.



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tomturkey

03-08-2018 21:40:49




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 Re: 3 point hirch drawbar in reply to SVcummins, 03-08-2018 20:41:55  
It might be, if its a cat. 2, but, that puts all the pressure on the 3pt arms and support brackets. The draw bar is hooked toward the center of the tractor giving your rear wheels more down pressure less slip. I think, could be wrong, just my thinking. gobble



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SVcummins

03-08-2018 22:29:10




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 Re: 3 point hirch drawbar in reply to tomturkey, 03-08-2018 21:40:49  
Itís a semi mount plow



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Leroy

03-09-2018 06:08:13




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 Re: 3 point hirch drawbar in reply to SVcummins, 03-08-2018 22:29:10  
You need the factory designed unit, not some homemade job. Probably used ones avaible from parts yards. What make? Been a few years but yard I know had several plows being parted out. At that time mostly Deere 145.



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SVcummins

03-09-2018 11:01:20




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 Re: 3 point hirch drawbar in reply to Leroy, 03-09-2018 06:08:13  
John deere f145



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